The Ålands Golf Club recently upgraded the club's the existing Nimbus™ II Central Control system and replaced the original 30 year old PVC pipes with 19,500m of new HDPE polyethylene piping and 23,000 metres of 2-core control cabling. The new system will allow the club to be more accurate, use less water, achieve a better results, and improve the quality of greens no matter the season.
Auchterardar Golf Course in Scotland transformed its course with a new irrigation system using Rain Bird's IC System and Stratus LT Central Control. Hear how a team industry experts made it happen with minimal disruption.
Renovating a golf course irrigation system is not an undertaking to be taken lightly. Whether it’s a complete system renovation or a partial one, following a seven-step renovation roadmap makes the process easier and less disruptive. Some key players share their experiences to help those considering a renovation in the future.
The Underdogs of Turf Calendar is back for 2020 - and in a bigger format. Submit photos of your dog by October 1, 2019 to have them featured in the catalog.
Rain Bird 751 Series enables the user to shift between three arc settings to selectively water fairways, roughs—or both. See how to easily adjust the arc setting with a flat head screwdriver.
Rain Bird participated in the 10th anniversary of National Golf Day in Washington, D.C., organized by We Are Golf, a coalition of golf’s leading associations and industry partners including GCSAA, NGCOA and CMAA. National Golf Day attendees on the National Mall. The event kicked off April 25 with over 100 golf industry leaders