The continuing loyalty to the 'Crocodile' brand is the latest investment by South Staffs GC, nr. Wolverhampton with the recent introduction of two Crocodile golf hole-cutters. Pictured here, using the device, Course Manager Rhys Thomas (who has been at the South Staffordshire golf course for the last 14 years) commented that 'the Crocodile golf cutter offers an improved and more accurate hole enabling trouble free operation'.
The hole cutter has been developed by the West Midland-based manufacturing company as part of their growing range of turfcare products. This features a number of unique design characteristics including a re-enforced formed lip around the base and also anti-slip checker plate on the cutting blades for safety and ease of use both with the mallet or the heel.
The initial prototype product supplied for testing has, based upon feedback from the eight-strong team of greenkeepers, been modified to exacting requirements.
The increasing range of grass care products offered by Crocodile golf has contributed towards substantial savings made for this 160 acre parkland location, complementing the range of Crocodile bedknives already fitted to the majority of Toro machines on this course.