Golf Course Management

FEB 2016

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

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108 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 02.16 (product news) ( p Worksaver Inc. launched a three-point hitch designed to allow the operator to mount skid- steer-type attachments to a tractor. The adapter fts category I and II hitches and is quick-hitch-compatible. The three-point-hitch-to-skid-steer adapter is all-steel construction, with plated handles, pins and springs. The unit, when paired with Worksaver's Category I hydraulic top link cylinder, helps the operator fnd the ideal working angle when using skid-steer-type attachments. Contact Worksaver Inc., 217-324-5973 (www.worksaver.com). Toro's EdgeSeries reels are now integrated into all new Greensmaster and Reelmaster mowers. The reels are designed for longer life with less maintenance while also taking quality of cut to the next level, the company says. Key features include better after-cut ap- pearance (the forward-swept reel design has an improved FlingGolf is a new game for people of all ages that's designed to be played alongside golfers on existing golf courses, with no changes needed to the course. Instead of golf clubs, FlingGolfers use a FlingStick, which is a lightweight, carbon fber stick that has a high-tech cradle for the golf ball at the end. The FlingStick supports lacrosse-like overhead and sideways throws, chip-like tosses, and rolling or gliding the ball into the hole on the green. A good fing can send the ball sailing more than 200 yards. FlingGolf fts on regulation golf courses and in other environments, such as driving ranges. Contact FlingGolf, 888-433-5464 (www.finggolf.com). FlingGolf DEBUTS FlingGolf Worksaver Inc.

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