Monday, July 7, 2008

Cultural Methods - Hover Dry

In a perfect world, no fairway would flood. Best case scenario would be to fix the problem, but when your looking for a short term fix, may be the Hover Dry is for you.

You can use Hoverdry on: greens, low spots on the fairways, puddles after sharp storms (grass cooking problems in the tropics), pumping out sand traps (bunkers) Most golf courses have areas that flood after heavy rain. Whilst drainage is the best option, this is often not possible or the rain has been too heavy and puddles have formed.

Hoverdry removes surface water very quickly without damaging the grass, it hovers over it and does not touch it. Quick and efficient clearance of the water gets play started fast and causes less damage to turf by minimising the possibility of compaction. With the bunker skids the Hoverdry is ideal for clearing out water from bunkers, which presents a big problem for conventional pumps.

Customers include:
  • PGA European Tour
  • Augusta National, Atlanta
  • Gleneagles
  • St Andrews
  • Turnbury
  • East Sussex National


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