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Providing innovative agronomy for the sustainable golf course

In order to retain existing membership and to attract new members it is more important than ever that your golf course is presented in the best condition that it can be for a full 365 days of the year.
If your course suffers from historical problems or is only at its peak for a few months a year you may have considered employing the services of an agronomist.
I differ from other consultants in that as well as being a qualified agronomist with a degree in sports turf science, I also have a background in course management, most recently as head green keeper at Wrotham Heath golf club in Kent. This experience allows me to offer a full range of agronomical, training and contractor services. (See Services).

My approach to course management is founded on a return to traditional green keeping principles, promoting sustainability and a reduced dependence on chemicals and irrigation.
Examples of sustainability
Putting Surfaces
Disease Management
Woodland Management

If you have specific course problems or are interested in the benefits that can be gained from adopting a sustainable approach to golf course maintenance, please do not hesitate to contact me for further information on telephone number 01732 886132 / 07926 187596 or Contact me


I have spent most of my working life in golf clubs, initially as an assistant golf professional. It was during this time that I first developed an interest in the mysteries of agronomy and began reading everything I could find on the subject.

In the following years I moved into golf club management, managing a number of both private and proprietary clubs. I found that an increasing amount of my time was being spent managing green keepers, developing maintenance programmes and working on course improvements.

With this in mind I made the decision to specialise in green keeping and agronomy, spending three years gaining a degree in sports turf science with the University of Central Lancashire, before moving from club management to working as a head green keeper and course manager. In 2009 I made the decision to become a self employed agronomist and contractor.

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