Features: • From the innovative wheels within the coring path, to the large 48” (122cm) aeration swath, there’s nothing ordinary about the ProCore® 648 aerator • Years of research, customer input, testing and attention to detail went into making the ProCore® 648 the most productive and efficient walking aerator on the market • The ProCore […]
Blas Huezo of the Lakeside, Calif. club’s staff has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the Most Valuable Technician Award from the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, after being nominated by Barona Creek’s Superintendent, Sandy Clark, CGCS. Kurt Lading from Indian Hills Country Club and Trent Manning from Ansley Golf Club were also finalists for 2017 recognition.
Features: • The Toro® Reelmaster® 5010-H is the industry’s first and only fairway mower with a true hybrid drive system • Toro’s exclusive PowerMatch™ Technology seamlessly delivers the power you need for flawless fairway playing conditions • Can deliver over 40 horsepower on-demand for climbing steep hills, verticutting, scalping or to support other peak-load situations […]
Features: • Combining superior comfort, control and versatility, the Workman GTX provides all the features to help tackle a multitude of tasks on and around the golf course • Select from several models to match the right vehicle to specific needs • Options include four- and two-seat configurations, a variety of front and rear attachments […]
- The STEALTH Series Kit offers an innovative solution that improves playing conditions by enabling turfgrass to grow above the sprinkler head, creating a seamless and continuous area of turf that eliminates sprinkler interference during gameplay
- Proven to reduce trip hazards, creating a safer environment for both players and golf course personnel
- The STEALTH Series Kit allows grass- and root-growth through a turf cup design that encourages water drainage to prevent root rot
A new Toro® Multi Pro® 5800 with GeoLink® was delivered for the Virginia Turfgrass Research Classic on May 22 at The Country Club of Virginia in Richmond, Va. The event included a golf tournament to raise funds for turfgrass research, as well as a field day where guests are encouraged to visit turfgrass plots set up by Virginia Tech researchers.