Bruce Jamieson Golf Advisors Limited

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B Jamieson Golf Advisors Limited is a company which offers expert advice on golf course agronomy, maintenance and presentation, and is dedicated to customer satisfaction and conservation of the environment. Bruce Jamieson (Managing Director) has been involved within the Greenkeeping industry for over twenty five years during which time he has had the opportunity to work with and advice some of the best known course in the world. Between 1989 and 1995 he held the position of Director of Agronomy for the PGA European Tour, responsible for organising and co-ordinating a greenkeeping support team and agronomy consultants to assist at 36 tournaments each year. He was also responsible for organising three bi-annual greenkeeping conferences for the PGA European Tour which involved planning the programme, finding sponsors and arranging accommodation and flights for all delegates and speakers. He advised and assisted in the preparation and presentation of two Ryder Cups at the Belfry in 1989 and 1993. Additionally, from 1993 he advised European Golf Management (joint venture company between PGA European Tour and International Management Group) on budgets, staffing levels, machinery and material requirements for the maintenance of their golf courses

B. Jamieson Golf Advisors Limited was founded in 1995 to give a programme of on-site visits to work with staff and officials to produce the best possible golf course conditions.

Following each course visit a written report is produced providing a permanent record of observations and recommendations. It typically reviews subjects such as current maintenance programs; course condition; environmental subjects; safety issues; and long-range planning. This document also monitors progress made between visits, and can be used to help courses target their budgets for maximum benefit.

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