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Turf Science Live heads to Scotland

9.40pm 29th April 2014 - Management Topics

TSL logoRegistrations are now open for greenkeepers and turf managers to attend this year’s Turf Science Live, the UK’s premier turf event showcasing the application of the latest technological innovation and advances in golf course management.

Presented by Everris, Jacobsen and Syngenta, Turf Science Live provides a practical, hands-on opportunity to interact with leading specialists in many aspects of turf management, and find out how the techniques can be used to benefit your turf playing surfaces.

To be held at Fairmont St Andrews on Tuesday 10th June, the open Turf Science Live event will take place from 10.30am to 4.45pm, with a buffet lunch and refreshments available throughout the day.

Delegates will be split into small groups and rotate through six different stations, to discover new techniques that can enhance their turf playing surfaces.

From the experience of 2013, Peter Todd of The London Club in Kent highlighted why he thought it essential that greenkeepers attend Turf Science Live. “Attending Turf Science Live is a big benefit for me, since it gets me questioning ‘am I doing things well?’. Technology wise things have changed and moved on from the past. Innovation drives change for the better, and we want to be at the forefront.”

Hanbury Manor Golf and Estates Manager, Stan Power, added: “Turf Science Live is, for me, one of the most valuable days out. It’s great to hear about the latest ideas, and see how we could implement them on the course. I would always recommend a visit for anyone who has the chance to attend.”

To attend the free Turf Science Live, simply email your name, position and club to: or visit

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