Fife club signs new machinery deal

Lesley Walkerin Industry News
fairmount Fairmont St Andrews Bay Golf Club, in Fife, has signed a new four-year deal with Toro for course maintenance equipment. The 36-hole championship venue has a comprehensive range of the latest Toro equipment, including all the club's cutting machinery - plus sprayers, aerators and electric utility vehicles.

Golf course superintendent Neil Ballingall said: "The decision to stick with Toro was unilateral - we all agreed, from the greenkeepers to the mechanics. The durability of Toro kit has always been very impressive, and it has surpassed all expectations. Also, the range available is superb, the best in the industry, I believe. Overall, the package offered was perfect for us, and support from both Lely and our dealer Hendersons has been second to none."

Photo caption: From left are: Neil Ballingall, Lely's George Macdonald; and Scott McNeil, of Hendersons, with the greenkeepers.
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