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  • n. Plural form of greenskeeper.

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Examples

  • Homeowners and greenskeepers interested in these greener grasses will find information on the Lawn Reform Coalition website, or through Rutgers University free extension publications.

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  • Turf and Golf Course Management Golf courses take a lot of upkeep, so the University of Maryland offers a plant science degree in Turf and Golf Course Management to help train the greenskeepers of tomorrow.

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  • It came chiefly from private entities and also all the greenskeepers that basically descended on this area and brought it back.

    CNN Transcript Apr 28, 2006

  • For the past five years, we've had 30-plus greenskeepers dedicated to the Black.

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  • (Small mounds of worm casts made by nightcrawlers ruin the greens 'perfectly smooth surface so these worms are the bane of greenskeepers.)

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  • While greenskeepers mow fairways and fix bunkers and club members begin their workweeks, the caddies at these clubs are allowed to play golf after a certain hour.

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  • Still, it was good to get back out there, and Macro Man looks forward to returning to the course (after all, someone has gotta keep greenskeepers in a job.)

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  • For example, in Ohio, which just hired two greenskeepers, the state's six golf courses bring in nearly $2 million a year in greens fees, said Ohio Department of Natural Resources spokeswoman Beth Ruth.

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  • "Our municipal greenskeepers clean up Valley of the Moon park, then drive past Chugach and Central schools, where they have a little grass and a couple trees, on their way to the park strip," he points out.

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  • He points to the greenskeepers who take care of the city's parks.

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