We all want our pitches to look and perform to the highest standard possible. However good we get them, we are secretly never satisfied and want to get to the next level. In striving for this, do we sometimes forget to concentrate on the basics?
Less than three miles from Harrogate in North Yorkshire, Rudding Park Golf Club was originally part of the Forest of Knaresborough and still retains some of the ancient oak trees. Since the course opened in 1995, it’s developed into a popular Yorkshire retreat with over 700 strong active members. In a slight twist to our usual format, Lee Williams sat down with Danny Millar, the Deputy Head Greenkeeper to discuss the day to day running of the course.