Category Archives: Technology

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What Grass Tennis Courts and Star Athletes Have in Common

If you’ve been watching tennis lately, no doubt you’ve been enthralled by the spectacle of strength and skill on display in London. Nothing quite compares to the world’s greatest tennis players vying for one of the sport’s most coveted championships at its most prestigious court. But you’ve also been watching another athlete perform at the… 

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Posted on: Jul 2, 2018

How is Your Lawn Different Than a Pro Soccer Pitch?

Have you ever looked at your detailed, manicured lawn and wondered how it compares to the grass in professional soccer stadiums? Like your lawn, soccer pitches experience their fair share of foot traffic. Unlike your lawn, soccer pitches endure constant wear and tear from 22 professional athletes each game. Clearly, the stakes are a little… 

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Posted on: Jun 15, 2018

See It Now! Pro G 100 at GIS 2018

Get ready! The Pro G 100, a sand-grooming machine designed specifically for waste bunkers, debuts at the 2018 Golf Industry Show February 7 and 8! Visit the Cub Cadet booth (#18113) to see the latest in raking innovation. A four-wheel Synchro-Steer ZTR, the Pro G 100 is easy to drive, with a zero-turn steering wheel… 

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Posted on: Feb 7, 2018

Open the pod bay doors, HAL

The landscape of robotics has definitely evolved. Stanford University’s Computer Science lab says the first robots (“a mechanical device built to regularly carry out a particular physical task”) were made by Egyptians around 3,000 BC. Modern robots as we know them were developed starting in the 1950s. Stanford developed its own robot, “Shakey,” in 1958…. 

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Posted on: Jan 29, 2018

Pro G 100: A Grooming Innovation

We are excited to announce a new addition to the Cub Cadet Turf family: the Pro G 100!  The Pro G 100 is a sand-grooming machine designed specifically for waste bunkers and sports infields. It’s based on the patented Pro Z platform that lawn care professionals everywhere already know and trust. With its four-wheel Synchro-Steer ZTR technology, the Pro G 100… 

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Posted on: Jan 12, 2018

What is TRUE innovation?

Most customers find their equipment brands doing the same old thing every year. “New models” turn out to be old tricks with a fresh paint job only designed to get you to upgrade to equipment that isn’t actually much better. But Cub Cadet’s R&D team has a different mindset. Instead of just trying to improve… 

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Posted on: Dec 22, 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

Fore The Golfer: Equipment For The Future

Check out this recent video from the United States Golf Association showcasing new technologies available to Superintendents. Cub Cadet’s RG3 and TruEdge make the list of products highlighted. https://youtu.be/_lpaEttVipw

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Posted on: Oct 9, 2016

Cub Cadet Continues The Commitment to Innovation At 2016 Golf Industry Show

Cub Cadet continues to show commitment to bringing purposeful innovation to golf course maintenance at the Golf Industry Show, one year after unveiling the world’s first robotic greens mower for golf courses. The RG3 is among many other Cub Cadet products that provide improved productivity and quality to the golf industry. From robotics to gas-less power,… 

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Posted on: Feb 29, 2016

Golf Course Industry Features RG3

GCI’s assistant editor Guy Cipriano sat down and talked with John Shaw, Superintendent of Valley Brook Country Club, to talk honestly about the advantages and some of the challenges of implementing the RG3 into his operations. Read the interview with John Shaw, and listen to his audio interview by clicking the image below.

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Posted on: Oct 5, 2015