Golf Course Management

MAY 2014

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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TOP LINE THINKING Not all electric greensmowers are the same. With noise-free, lithium-ion power, Toro Greensmaster ® eFlex ® mowers are easy on operators, neighbors and tee-time scheduling. Each mower can reliably cut up to 45,000 square feet, or nine average greens, on a single charge, year after year. The battery is guaranteed for fve years and delivers ample power to double cut as well as operate additional key accessories. REAL WORLD THINKING The Toro Company has a legacy of standing behind every product we build. The new battery electric greensmower uses technology you can trust to be more productive. We wouldn't put our name on anything less. It's more than a way of doing business. It's simple Turfonomics. BOTTOM LINE THINKING By eliminating time-consuming upkeep required of gas-powered mowers, Toro Greensmaster eFlex mowers greatly reduce operating costs. Operators also love our pat- ented EZ-Turn ™ feature that increases productivity and maneuverability in tight turns – all while maintaining best-in-class quality of cut. In short, simplifed maintenance and operation saves time and money. Greensmaster eFlex • Productivity • Maneuverability • Ease of Maintenance About Turfonomics The exclusive EZ-Turn ™ feature improves control in turns Learn more at: Silence is golden! Start mowing earlier than ever before. The challenge today isn't simply to maintain a beautiful golf course. It's to maintain it on a budget. To succeed, you need to work smarter, more effciently and more economically than ever before. That's why Toro equipment is engineered to give you not only great results, but also a lower cost of ownership over time. With Toro, beauty and fnancial sustainability don't have to be opposites. It's simple Turfonomics. 001-009_May14_ads.indd 1 4/16/14 2:37 PM

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