Success Stories

Tailored Irrigation Practices Result in Big Changes at Little Aston Golf Club

“When you begin to explore the efficiencies that can be made by reducing hand watering, you realise they are significant. Dave will make significant time, labour and water savings using Rain Watch™ and Cycle+Soak™ across the course, along with the agronomic and playability benefits that come from optimising the use of water.”


Rain Bird’s IC System™ chosen by The Worcestershire Golf Club

In October 2017, the start of a major irrigation system renovation project began at The Worcestershire Golf Club, established in 1879 and one of the oldest clubs in England. Scheduled for completion in January 2018, irrigation design is by consultants Irritech, and the appointed contractor is North Staffs Irrigation. The project involves the installation of a [...]


Thai Country Club Upgrades Their Irrigation to Get a More Playable and Healthier Turf

Thai Country Club in Chacheongsao, Thailand, just outside Bangkok recently renovated their irrigation system by moving from a competitor controller system to a Rain Bird Par+ES system with a Rain Bird Stratus II central control. Over the past year the course has upgraded their irrigation control system in order to improve the system efficiency as well as [...]


Rain Bird’s Central Control Version 8 Software Highlighted in EIGCA Article

The European Institute of Golf Course Architects (EIGCA) represents Europe's most qualified golf course architects. Members of the EIGCA have shown through their skill, experience and training that they are able to design and oversee the construction of golf courses to the highest standards. As a professional body they work to enhance the status of [...]


Rain Bird Central Control Stratus™ II Featured in GEO Champion of the Green Article

Golf Environmental Organization (GEO) is an International not-for-profit dedicated to helping the golf community embrace sustainability; providing practical solutions and golf's ecolabel, GEO Certified. June 2017's Champions of the Green article from Golf Environment Organization highlighted Vidago Palace Golf Course in Portugal. In 2008-2010 the course was expanded from a 9-hole course into an 18-hole Par 72 [...]


Renovation with Rain Bird Shows Savings for National Golf Links

Irrigation has gone through significant changes. Technological advances have kept pace with player expectations, course conditioning trends and the need for environmental responsibility. Given the costs of upgrading and modernization, many courses are forced to work with an inefficient irrigation system and try to minimize any negative effects on the turf and course playability.


Read Why Desert Mountain Trusts Rain Bird To Maintain Elite Playing Conditions

With elevation changes up to 1,000 feet from the lowest to the highest point, the sprawling property is comprised of numerous microclimates. As rain and wind are captured in various pockets of the mountains, Desert Mountain often has areas of their course that receive heavy rainfall, while nearby areas get no rain at all.

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