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Bowling Greenkeepers Association
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Photo: 2014 Federation Week Team

This website is a new concept to our organisation which is only the first step in keeping up with the latest technology. Our main objective in utilising these modern communication tools is to keep our members as up to date as possible with new products, ideas, research, education and machinery. As members making our knowledge readily accessible and available will undoubtedly promote efficient management of our precious “Natural Turf” greens which have thus far given so much to the bowlers of South Australia. We have arguably some of the best greens in the Nation due to some of the most accommodating weather all year around. In being the driest state in the driest continent in the world with high light intensity our weather provides the most ideal conditions for drought tolerant couch and couch hybrid grasses.

For your interest:
Photo of Ascot Park D Green - After laser level using aprox. 10 tonne
Photo of Ascot Park D Green - Two weeks after
 
SABGA membership is for Qualified Greenkeepers, Volunteers, Greens Directors /Liaisons, Bowling Clubs or those interested in the industry.

 “Uncut and Rolled” by Buster
Episode #1
Episode #2 (Aug 2012)
Episode #3 (Feb 2013)
Episode #4 (March 2013) -
Warning-Warning-Warning

Episode #5 (May 2013)
Episode #6 (July 2013)
Episode #7 (July 2013)

Buster's Last one -
Episode #8 (May 2014)

Reports
Ardrossan Field Day Report
2011 AGM Report
2012 AGM Report
President's Report (Aug 2012)
President' Report (March 2013)
President"s Report (Jan 2014)

Buster's Profiles
Rowdy Edmonds
Greg Daulby
"Deano" Prentice
Kelli Wray

Coming Events:
Friday 11th September
Field Day Nuriootpa Bowling Club
(11am Start)

Past Event:
Federation Week - Canberra
was held Sunday 4th May to Friday 9th May 2014
Federation Week Report

Reminder:
Membership Fees are Due


Latest Site Update - 24/06/2015