Golf Course Management – Part 2

Course Cost: £175.00 (exc.VAT)
Study Time: Approximately 20 hours
Time Limit: 6-months to complete
Tutor Support: Included

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Course Summary – “Golf Course Management – Part 2”:

This course continues the series from Laurence Pithie, a Master Head Greenkeeper with over 40 years experience. Although named “part-2”, you don’t have to have completed part-1 in order to take this course.

In this course, we take a closer look at cultural practices of sound golf course management, from aeration through to over-seeding. We also look at the difficulties in managing fine sports turf areas in relation to disorders, pests and diseases, each presenting a significant risk to play surfaces and the customer’s experience of the course.

Content:

Section 1 – Cultural Practices
– Aeration
– Top Dressing
– Scarification
– Over-seeding

Section 2 – Turf Disorders
– Turf Stress
– Thatch
– Dry Patch
– Black Layer
– Algae
– Moss
– Equipment Damage
– Product Damage

Section 3 – Turf Pests
– Earthworms
– Leatherjackets
– Chafer Grubs
– Nematodes
– Moles
– Canada Geese
– Rabbits
– Badgers
– Foxes
– Grazing Animals
– Weeds

Section 4 – Turf Diseases
– Disease Prevention
– Fungicides & Disease Control
– Fusarium
– Anthracnose
– Dollar Spot
– Take-All Patch
– Fairy Rings
– Thatch Fungi or Thatch Collapse
– Red Thread
– Other Turf Diseases

Completing the Course:

Delegates must complete all units of the course, which include quizzes comprising of both multiple-choice and free-type questions, to be awarded the “Promote Training Certificate – Golf Course Management – Part 2”.