Inaugural Welc Cup Held for Ohio Club GMs

By | September 20, 2018

The event created to honor Ned Welc, the long-time GM/COO for The Mayfield Sand Ridge Club, included a Ryder Cup-style golf competition between “North” and “South” teams of 16 attending club managers. The two-day event included best-practice discussion sessions and networking receptions and meals, and also raised donations for The First Tee of Central Ohio […]

’18 Wheelin’


A variety of vehicle innovation was on display at the 2018 Golf Industry Show in San Antonio, all designed to help provide course and club operations with new versatility and efficiencies. The show floor at the 2018 Golf Industry Show (GIS), held February 7-8 in San Antonio, featured “rollouts” of all shapes, sizes and speeds, […]

Whirlwind Week


Back-to-back exhibitions in Orlando for the Golf Industry Show and Club Managers Association of America helped superintendents and managers get up to speed on the newest innovations for their operations.

Textron Specialized Vehicles Acquires TKVGPS

By | January 26, 2017

Textron, which offers E-Z-GO golf cars, Jacobsen turf care equipment, and Cushman utility and hospitality vehicles to golf courses and resorts, has acquired TKVGPS, a provider of GPS-based fleet management solutions and GPS technologies. TKVGPS will continue to operate from its facilities in Vancouver, Canada and Pitesti, Romania, with its workforce of 36 employees largely intact.

New Cushman® Hauler® Utility Vehicles

  • Truck-inspired design includes standard headlights, rear receiver hitch and practical dash
  • Available with your choice of a 13.5-hp gas powertrain or a 72-volt AC drivetrain that delivers industry-leading
    efficiency with impressive power and a 50-mile range
  • Standard 12-cu. ft. sound dampening, roto-molded polyethylene bed includes integrated divider slots


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Cushman® Unveils New Hauler® Utility Vehicle Lineup

By | August 15, 2016

A variety of features specific to golf course maintenance needs have been introduced in the new line, to give superintendents the ability to “build it their way” and customize the vehicles to their property’s specific work demands.