Kuidas meie griinid elavad

Kuigi tundub, et talv veel kestab (täna tuleb lörtsi ja meil on siin Jõelähtmes 1'c sooja), siis sellegipoolest on enamus klubiliikmeid juba leidnud tee golfiväljakule ja paljud ka Sea Course'i ära mänginud. Esimene küsimus mind nähes on liikmetel ikka: "Kuidas griinid elavad?". Ma olen püüdnud ennast tagasi hoida ja mainin seda, et olen rahulikult maganud… Continue reading Kuidas meie griinid elavad

First Visit From Our Agronomist

Hello Golfers! From April 24-26 our agronomy consultant, Ian Macmillan, made his first trip of the season to visit our course and give us a review on the state of our greens as well as an action plan on how to improve the quality as quickly as possible. While our greens currently are not in… Continue reading First Visit From Our Agronomist

Slow Progress

Hello Golfers! Since our last update the cold weather has returned to Estonia.  During the first half of April we had somewhat mild temperatures which allowed us to make excellent progress on improving our greens, tees and fairways.  Unfortunately, late last week the cold weather returned bringing with it some snow that caused us to… Continue reading Slow Progress

Estonian Greenkeepers Association Conference

On March 30-31 the Estonian Greenkeepers Association with the help of FEGGA (Federation of European Golf Greenkeepers Association) hosted its third annual spring conference at Rae Golf Club (formerly Suuresta Golf).  Close to fourty greenkeepers and other industry professionals came together to learn, network, and share stories.  It was a multi-national affair with guests from… Continue reading Estonian Greenkeepers Association Conference