“What’s really impressed me about the Rain Bird IC System™, is that it was so easy to install and it’s so easy to use,” Ryan says. “The main benefit of the system is the feedback - you can easily test every sprinkler on the whole golf course in less than a minute.”
Rain Bird Golf’s European team welcomed visitors from more than 14 countries to our stand at the British Turf Management Exhibition (BTME) held across three floors of the Harrogate International Centre, England.
At Gresskurs, a week-long educational event organised by the Norwegian Greenkeepers Association Rain Bird highlighted the increasing need for more efficient water management and providing a superior course experience for visitors.
The leader in golf irrigation takes innovation, quality and ease-of-use to even greater heights. Exciting new products and product updates and a chance at winning a gift card or iPad are coming at the Golf Industry Show. LIVE DEMO: IC System™ Hear how Rain Bird keeps the future of
Whether you’re expanding your course or looking for a cost-effective way to renovate with minimum disruption to play, with the new ICI+, you can upgrade your Rain Bird Two-Wire Satellite or LINK™ Satellite (radio) system to the latest IC System™ technology by simply swapping interface boards and connecting IC Rotors, IC Valves and IC CONNECT™ to the existing satellite MAXI™ Cable.
The biennial GCMA conference was held at De Vere Cotswold Water Park in the UK in November 2019, bringing together golf club managers and industry professionals from across the UK and Europe. Alastair Higgs, Golf Manager UK for Rain Bird, GCMA Strategic Partner and Jim Croxton, CEO, BIGGA (British & International Golf Greenkeepers
If you’ve ever wished your course could enjoy the benefits of our Integrated Control System™ (IC System) and companion IC CONNECT™ devices without undergoing a major renovation, Rain Bird Golf has a new solution that’s worth checking out. The new Integrated Control Interface Plus (ICI+), makes it possible to install satellites and the IC System on the same wire path. As a result, you can renovate or expand your existing satellite system in phases, at a lower cost and with less disruption to your golf course.
The Danish Greenkeepers Association (DGA) annual conference took place earlier this year and the main topic of the conference was climate change and how this affects golf courses. Joakim Ström, Rain Bird Golf Sales Manager for Scandinavia gave a presentation on the need for golf clubs to create a risk management strategy and how to make irrigation more efficient in drought conditions. Read the top 10 action items here.
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.
Across the globe some of the highest-ever recorded summer temperatures as well as sudden, unprecedented rainfall, storms and flash floods are occurring. Given these weather extremes, how well has your club’s irrigation system been performing?
Gelendzhik Golf Resort, the first golf course located on the Black Sea coast in Russia, chooses Rain Bird's IC System, Stratus II Central Control and MI Series for the irrigation system.
Living Turf proudly announces their appointment as a primary distribution partner for the full range of Rain Bird Golf irrigation products across Australia. Both Living Turf and Rain Bird are long-standing and highly reputable brands within the golf industry and together they recognise that agronomy and irrigation are simply inseparable. Living Turf already distributes a
The long planned renovation at King’s course at Royal Bled got underway in 2015 when the Šolak family acquired the club. The redesign resulted in a different layout, extending the course to Championship length – some 6,800+ metres.
All golf courses have different challenges when it comes to efficient irrigation. The new low angle nozzle housing kit is another example of how Rain Bird is continuously innovating new products that help superintendents maintain beautiful, more playable courses with less water.
A completely redesigned Rain Bird booth welcomed golf industry professionals from across the globe at the 2019 Golf Industry Show in San Diego February 6th - 7th. The premier learning and networking event serving the business of golf course and club facilities, the GCSAA Golf Industry Show attracts more key decision-makers from every aspect of