Difference between revisions of "Contour mowing"

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1. To shape the borderline between the [[fairway]] and [[rough]] to add interest, direction or strategy to the golf hold, as in [[fairway]] contouring. Contour mowing is also practiced on greens to enhance aesthetics.<br><br>
 
1. To shape the borderline between the [[fairway]] and [[rough]] to add interest, direction or strategy to the golf hold, as in [[fairway]] contouring. Contour mowing is also practiced on greens to enhance aesthetics.<br><br>
  
http://www.rbagroup.com/images/contour_mow.jpg<br><br>
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https://cdn.venturepro.com/images/ventrac/g/400/MJ_Porta_Cima_1913.jpg<br><br>
A sample of [[fairway]] contour mowing.<br>
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Ventrac 4500 with Contour Mower Maneuvers on Golf Course.<br><br>
Source: http://www.rbagroup.com/services/golf/fairway.html<br><br>
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Source: https://www.ventrac.com/industries/golf<br><br>

Latest revision as of 19:07, 11 July 2017


1. To shape the borderline between the fairway and rough to add interest, direction or strategy to the golf hold, as in fairway contouring. Contour mowing is also practiced on greens to enhance aesthetics.

MJ_Porta_Cima_1913.jpg

Ventrac 4500 with Contour Mower Maneuvers on Golf Course.

Source: https://www.ventrac.com/industries/golf