Golf Course Management

APR 2018

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

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90 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 04.18 bags of garbage. At 57 inches wide by 42 inches deep and 49 inches high, the Broot can be used for manual pickup of garbage. Large, lockable double front doors and lids allow for manual removal of garbage with ease. Designed with grizzly and polar bears in mind, the Broot is strong enough to keep out the largest of wildlife while also protecting against raccoons, squirrels and rats. The Broot is available in five colors, with a textured powder coat for durability. A mounting system built into the bottom of the bin's base allows the Broot to be mounted to a concrete pad or secured to a post. Visit TuffBoxx, www.usetuffboxx.com. Textron Specialized Vehicles Inc. launched its Parts 365 program for Jacobsen professional turf care equipment. The program is an option for all new orders of Jacobsen equipment across the U.S. served by Jacobsen's factory-direct sales team. The Parts 365 program will ensure new Jacobsen equipment is supported with commonly used parts located at a customer's facility. The parts inventory is owned by Jacobsen, with no overhead expense to the customer. A Greenlee cabinet will house the The Ryan Jr. sod cutter boasts several new features. The Jr. sod cutter's user-friendly control panel features a "Text to Video" instructional decal. Users text a keyword to the number on the decal and receive a link to a video tutorial. The control panel provides instruction that corresponds to color-coded levers, simplifying operation. Ultra-low-vibration technology reduces hand/arm vibration by 75 percent by using rubber isolation mounts. The Jr. sod cutter comes with a semi-pneumatic swiveling rear wheel for improved maneuverability and easy depth and blade angle adjustment, allowing for precise cutting. More robust bumper guards protect the engine and provide an improved tie-down location. Visit Ryan, www.ryanturf.com. TuffBoxx introduced the Broot , its largest ergonomic secure storage container. Constructed of galvanized steel for rust resistance, this model has the capacity to hold 20 (product news) Ryan Smooth RIDE EarthForce has expanded its line with Hex rubber tracks for compact track loaders. Hex rubber tracks are designed to provide traction and versatility on all surfaces and ground conditions, the company says. The multipurpose tracks allow for smooth rides across asphalt, concrete, dirt, sand and mud, as well as established surfaces such as grass and lawns. Tracks are available in 13 sizes and are approved for use with compact track loaders. Available sizes are 180 by 72 by 39; 180 by 72 by 45; 250 by 72 by 39; 250 by 72 by 45; 320 by 86 by 45; 320 by 86 by 49; 320 by 86 by 52; 320 by 86 by 50; 450 by 86 by 52; 450 by 86 by 55; 450 by 86 by 58; 450 by 86 by 56; and 450 by 86 by 60. Visit EarthForce, www.earthforce.com.

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