Hard hits: Why athletes (and their doctors) prefer natural grass

Soccer champion Alex Morgan is concerned about health issues while playing on artificial turf, so much so that she’s filing some BIG lawsuits. According to USA Today, you should be worried too – some say carcinogens, torn ligaments, and long recovery times are just a few of the problems turf professionals should think about before… 

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Posted on: Nov 17, 2017

Think you’ve got wildlife issues? Think again.

The European Tour stop at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City, South Africa this week promises some interesting challenges. Among them, according to the New York Times: baboons, mongoose, warthogs and residents of a nearby game preserve.

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Posted on: Nov 10, 2017

Perry Park’s new RG3 featured in GCM

Golf Course Management magazine featured Superintendent Justin Daigle on why he chose the RG3 for mowing putting greens at Perry Park Country Club in Larkspur, Colo. The short answer? Saving time, saving money and saving the environment.

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Posted on: Nov 9, 2017

See you at SALTEX!

In the run-up to SALTEX in the UK next week, TurfBusiness.co.uk featured the CubCadet INFINICUT® and the ATT TMSystem™. Calling INFINICUT “the most technologically advanced mower available to Turf managers,” the website encourages SALTEX attendees to visit stand F041 to discuss your requirements and meet (or re-meet) our new Territory Sales Manager, Dougie Archibald. Many… 

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Posted on: Oct 27, 2017

Cub Cadet news at GIE+EXPO

Cub Cadet news from this month’s Green Industry and Equipment Expo.

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Posted on: Oct 26, 2017

Wimbledon acquires 18 Infinicuts

Cub Cadet’s recent delivery of 18 Infinicut™ mowers to Wimbledon was featured in the August newsletter published by the British Institute of Groundsmanship. Founded in 1868, The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, known worldwide for the Wimbledon Championships, is the only Grand Slam tennis tournament played on grass. Wimbledon ordered 18 Infinicuts™, including… 

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Posted on: Aug 25, 2017

Cub Cadet’s Infinicut mowers for Essex County Cricket Ground

Head Groundsman at the club, Stuart Kerrison, wanted something ‘technologically advanced’ and, after some research and some recommendations from trusted industry colleagues, decided the Infinicut mowers from Cub Cadet were the smart choice. As the ground is surrounded by houses, the environmental benefits offered by the Infinicut was one of the first things that drew… 

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Posted on: May 24, 2017

Victoria Golf Club acquires Canada’s first robot greenskeeper

The Cub Cadet RG3 has landed at the Victoria Golf Club, the first Canadian golf property to adopt this breakthrough technology. Golf Course superintendent Paul Robertson calls the $63,000 machine the ‘future of greenskeeping’. “A lot of people have asked, ‘Is this going to eliminate jobs; is this something we’re doing to try to save money?’… 

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Posted on: Apr 12, 2017

Economics and Precision are Driving Turf Managers to the RG3

Sometimes the early adoption of new technologies can raise eyebrows among club members and owners, but many in the business can see that the benefits of the RG3 are enough to convince both that it’s worth the investment.  Turf managers such as Thomas Bastis from the California Golf Club of San Francisco are quite familiar with this challenge. An… 

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Posted on: Apr 1, 2017

Thomas Bastis of The Cal Club of San Francisco takes us through the finer details of course setup for TruEdge in his latest video

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Posted on: Mar 24, 2017