Feature Story

The future of the greenkeeping industry

Toro has spearheaded the movement towards electric power for the last decade culminating last year with the launch of the industry-first all-electric Greensmaster eTriFlex 3370 ride-on triple mower. Here we take a look at the machine, and its hybrid predecessors, that has brought the next big technological advancement to the market.

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Feature Story

Gullane and Toro partnership to hit 25 years

Gullane Golf Club in Scotland has signed its latest renewal agreement with Toro, taking its partnership with the brand to 25 years in a relationship claimed to have produced putting surfaces as close to perfection as nature will allow.

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Latest

Electric power for Dore and Totley

Dore and Totley Golf Club is the first club in South Yorkshire to take delivery of Toro’s all-electric Greensmaster eTriFlex 3370 triple mower. The machine was selected to join the all-Toro fleet and continue its drive on economy, productivity and efficiency which has resulted in a course members are proud to be associated with.

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Latest Toro innovation for Royal Norwich

Royal Norwich continues to invest in the latest innovation from Toro. The club in Norfolk has taken advantage of the electric power revolution Toro spearheads with the delivery of a Workman GTX electric utility vehicle, alongside Toro’s latest pedestrian mower, the Greensmaster 1026 and is the first club in the country to order Toro’s new NozzAlert Flow Monitoring System with Multi Pro 5800-D sprayer.

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Machine focus

Machine focus Toro Greenmaster 1026

Here we take a look at the mower that adapts to you, the Toro Greensmaster 1026. With its innovative telescoping loop handle, all heights and skill levels can be comfortably accommodated in a seamless transition.

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Toro the right decision for Olton

Olton Golf Club in Solihull has slowly been turning its fleet Toro red in order to stand out against the competition. Now, in its first fleet deal the club has opted for Toro for both irrigation and machinery.

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The dream machinery team at Thorpe Hall

To help reduce clean up time and ensure an excellent finish across its 90 acres of course, Thorpe Hall Golf Club has invested in two brands from Reesink; Toro and Nordic Plow.

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News

Lockdown machinery deal for Stratford Oaks

Stratford Oaks Golf Club, in Warwickshire, spent its time in lockdown carefully considering the best machinery maintenance equipment for the long-term future of the club. Its conclusion, unanimously, was a Reesink finance deal for a Toro fleet.

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Good things come to Hainault Golf Club

It was a deal a couple of years in the making for Hainault Golf Club in Chigwell, Essex, as it changed machinery brands and settled on a large fleet with Toro and Reesink, and it was worth the wait according to course manager Paul Selbie.

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Product Report

myTurf Pro fleet management
software

Improving greenkeeping fleet management with Toro software, the myTurf Pro system leverages over 10 years of experience in industry-leading fleet management and takes it to the next level.

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IRRIGATION SOLUTIONS AT WORK


Buyer's guide

Boosting your fleet with a tractor A buyer’s guide from TYM

Tractors are a statement piece of kit due to their multi-functional capabilities. Most projects, general maintenance work and course improvements plans benefit greatly from one of these multi-tasking wonders. Here we speak to Steven Haynes, tractor sales manager, about what to look out for when choosing a tractor to boost your fleet.

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TYM T555

More power in a compact frame

Replacing the hugely popular T503, the new TYM T555 tractor comes with even more power in the same compact frame, redefining what a compact utility tractor can do. Packed with features, the T555’s main attraction is its high efficiency 55.9hp Yanmar 4-cylinder diesel engine.

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Q&A

Reesink roundup

What a year 2020 was. Here Reesink’s managing director, David Cole, brings an update on the challenges and achievements of an unprecedented year.

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The Last Tee

New manager for Midlands

Daniel Tomberry is the new sales manager for the Midlands. Daniel’s role covers both fine turf and grounds customers and his experience in sports turf management as well as three years sales experience working with all Reesink brands in Glasgow and West Scotland means he understands the pressures and requirements of all those working in the turfcare sector.

Make contact with Daniel via Reesink head office on 01480 226800.

The Student Awards return!

Toro’s Student Greenkeeper of the Year Awards are back for 2021 and it’s time to celebrate greenkeeping talent. Reward those who coped stoically in the face of furlough, put in the extra mile on a reduced team, used lockdown time to further their learning or shined in adversity with a nomination, and give them something positive to look back on for this time.

Employers and lecturers can make nominations by clicking here.

David Timms joins Reesink

Well placed to take on the management of the region with 18 years experience in turfcare and having previously sold Toro machinery, David Timms is the ideal new regional business manager for the Southwest and Midlands. He is looking forward to building on existing and new relationships with customers in the industry and invites you to make contact with him.

Make contact with David via Reesink head office on 01480 226800.
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Spring 2021

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