Category Archives: Testing

An Observational Study on the Problem of Greens Creep

Over time every golf course changes. Some of these changes are intentional, like removing a tree, or the addition of a bunker; some of the changes are unintentional, like the change to the shape of a greens perimeter, typically referred to as “greens creep”. In an article from the USGA Greens Section Record titled “Do… 

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Posted on: Nov 30, 2012

How the RG3 Learns the Greens, Part 1

One question I always get asked about the RG3 is, “How smart is it?”  Or, “It looks great now, but how long did it take your engineers to make the RG3 perform this well on this green. Our engineers developed adaptive algorithms that allow the RG3 to learn and improve every time it mows.  The… 

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Posted on: May 16, 2011