In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cuidador del campo (de golf) masculinecuidadora del campo (de golf) feminine
- Morris, 63, who underwent heart surgery in 2002, works part-time for Barlaston golf club in Staffordshire as an assistant greenkeeper.
- When Jack first started with the club as an assistant greenkeeper the club was still operating out of a wooden clubhouse on the current car park site and there were only nine holes.
- In 1976, Ray was given the opportunity to transfer to Morro Bay Golf Course, and he began a career as a greenskeeper.
- The greenkeeper told us that the fairways are rolling just as fast as the greens.
- The greenkeeper and his staff do not have the equipment to water the course properly and, as a result, the greens have suffered terribly.
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