Areas Courses Are Using cLASSIC cUT
- Steep Hills
- Collar, Tie Ins, & Intermediates
- Tight Edges & Drop Off's
- Spongy or Wet Turf
- Near Clubhouses, Residential or Other Quiet Cutting Areas
- Inaccessible Areas
- Approach Areas
- Delegating Greens Mowing to Summer Help
- Scarred, Recovering, or Heat Stressed Turf
- Tournament Preparation
- Used as an Affordable Backup Greens Mower
- Near Bunkers & Water
- New Sod or Nursery Areas
- Island Greens
- Cutting After Heavy Rainfall
[Classic Cut] suits our needs perfectly, and we’d like to add another one to help us get through the job more efficiently. We use them on our expanded collars that are very steep. Your machines allow us to mow bentgrass at .350” with no gouging or scalping.
- Jake Schmitz, Superintendent Olympic Hills Golf Club
Bringing In Summer or Tournament Help?
Delegate More: Easily Send Others Out to Cut
The Lowest Time To Train & Easiest Greens Mower to Learn
In A Snap!
Single Handed Precision Height Adjustment
Expensive collar Fleet
Affordable collar Fleet
Your mowers were a big part of our success with the PGA Championship last August. If you got a wave of interest in the fall, it’s because we turned on about a dozen supers to your mowers. We mowed our collar and fairway tie ins with them at .250 height of cut. They went out both morning and evening all seven days during the Championship.
- Keith Wood, Superintendent Quail Hollow Golf Club
16" Cut Width
The Lowest Overall Cost of Ownership
Zero Engine Maintenance
No Electrical, Hydraulic, or Battery Systems
No Scarring (Less Turf Injury & Repair)
No Hydraulic Oil Spills (Less Turf Repair)