This is the short tooth version of the 16P rake. A replica of the original wooden hay rake, it is lighter in weight yet strong and flexible. This rake has 4cm tines making it an ideal finishing rake and can even be used for perfect preparation of the bunker.
As with the standard 16P Rake this can be used on soil, gravel, grass and leaves. Comes with a back edge for accurate levelling and grading which is particularly useful when preparing to lay new turf.
The original and industry standard Greenkeeper Levelawn is lightweight and ideal for spreading screened topsoil. With this tool you can achieve an even distribution of top dressing materials. The 3 inner bars are open at the top to catch any small stones, with the front and rear being angled to remove excess material.
Distributes application materials.
Removes stones from soil, breaks up small clods of sand or loam.
This robust steel soil sampler has a replaceable hardened steel cutter open sided 300mm barrel, 300mm extension bar and tee handle. It is designed for use wherever a deep sample is required often under difficult conditions. The design of the hardened steel blade gives an overcut so that the barrel can penetrate hard ground. It also comes with a storage pouch.
This Green Speed Meter (commonly called a Stimpmeter) is used to measure the speed of a course putting green. It is an industry standard tool that allows the greenkeeeper to make statistically accurate measurements of the putting surface speed.
Measurements are taken on a relatively flat part of the golf putting green. A golf ball is placed on the stimpmeter which is then tilted up to the angle at which the ball rolls down the meter and on to the green. The distance traveled by the ball is measured in feet and the process is then repeated multiple times (in opposite directions) to obtain an average distance. This average distance is referred to the Green Speed or Pace.
As an example the USGA measured a number of greens across the US and produced the below recommendations.