Golf Course Management

MAR 2017

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

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REN-O-THIN POWER RAKE MATAWAY OVERSEEDERS & DETHATCHERS The Ren-O-Thin ® Power Rake offers the kind of performance that boosts your bottom line. An easy-to-operate height adjustment lets you fine-tune depth from 1" above the ground to 7 /8" below. The Mataway ® Overseeder delivers seed straight to the curve-shaped discs and places it directly into the soil for unmatched seed-to-soil contact. The Mataway Dethatcher is built for heavy-duty turf renovation and dethatching. NEWLY REDESIGNED, COMPACT AND ADJUSTABLE FOR OPTIMIZED DETHATCHING TOUGH, VERSATILE MACHINES BUILT FOR EFFICIENT MULTITASKING • Infinite height adjustment allows you to change the height of the deck for optimal performance. • New easy fold-up, fold-down handle allows for easy transporting of the unit. • The seed rate control allows for seeding at variable rates and for different grass varieties and applications. • Durable cutting blades can be adjusted down to a depth of 1½". Mataway Dethatcher Mataway Overseeder With the Lawnaire ® IV and V with Easy Steer Technology aerators, you never have to take the tines out of the ground to steer and turn, so aeration is faster and easier than ever before. With this unique design, each tine assembly rotates independently as you turn for quick and easy maneuvering around flowerbeds, trees and landscape features. Lawnaire IV & V also available without Easy Steer Technology PERFORMANCE AND DURABILITY IN AN EASY-TO-STEER PACKAGE • Features include removable weights, front bumper guard, and throttle control within easy reach of the operator. • 0.75-inch (19mm) diameter coring tines are made of hardened alloy steel for durability. LAWNAIRE IV & V EASY STEER TECHNOLOGY with Lawnaire IV with Easy Steer Technology Lawnaire V with Easy Steer Technology Ren-O-Thin with optional seed box

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