About the NSWGCSA

The NSWGCSA is a fraternal conglomerate of Professional Turf Managers, their assistants and a wide range of other turf related specialists who have a direct connection with the Golf Course Industry. The association we have today began back in the 1930’s when regular gatherings took place between our Greenkeeping predecessors to discuss and exchange methods and strategies in search of the higher standards of presentation for their fine turf areas. 

The NSWGCSA has grown considerably from those early days, but the objectives have remained the same. However these days the standards demanded on golf courses have increased dramatically and the need to communicate with other Turf Professionals has become even more important. 

As our membership grows so does the pool of information available to each member; and the more influence the NSWGCSA gains in matters that concern the industry and the Golf Superintendent themselves. 


The NSWGCSA produces four comprehensive newsletters each year that provide a vast array of relevant industry information ranging from legislative updates to technical editorials written by the foremost leading turf technicians our trade has to offer. Our publication has grown immensely in size and content and is one of the most sought after newsletters in the industry. 


The NSWGCSA provides four field education forums that provide both practical and technical information. Within these forums, the NSWGCSA presents a variety of topical speakers from both State & National bodies from practical hands on experience through to the pinnacle turf related academics.


The NSWGCSA provides up to the minute information through its extensive email service provider. Members are kept up to date with changing legislation, positions vacant, machinery sales, field days, seminars and various industry movements. The NSWGCSA offers a weekly email called The Monday Brief and posts regular updates on Facebook.


The NSWGCSA produces items of merchandise and apparel for purchase ranging from stationary, golf caps, collared shirts and jackets.