Visiting and local golfers alike expect the courses at St Andrews Links to be the best they can be, every day, in every weather condition.
The management and green keeping staff expect Toro equipment will perform every day in every weather condition in order to complete their preparation and maintenance of the courses for every customer. Many visiting golfers on The Old Course will have waited for many years for the opportunity to play. For them, the day they step onto the first tee is their very own “Open Championship.” From the first tee to the eighteenth green, they expect nothing less than the golfing experience of a lifetime.
Trusting in the reliability of the products and services supplied by The Toro Company is paramount for any staff member at St Andrews Links. Without this trust, they cannot do the best job possible of maintaining the St Andrews Links' legendary courses.
The Open Championship will return to St Andrews Links 15-18 July, 2010. It will mark the 150th anniversary of the playing of the first Open in 1860 at Prestwick.
A Toro Reelmaster 3100-D trims along the Swilken Burn.
A Toro Reelmaster 5510 maintains the 18th fairway, while Toro irrigation conditions the 1st tree and 18th green.
A Toro Reelmaster 5510 cuts the fairway on the 3rd hole of The Castle Course, with the town of St Andrews in the background.
Toro irrigation at work on the 17th green of The Castle Course.
A panoramic view of The Castle Course from the 17th tee, with a Toro Workman MDX utility vehicle in the foreground.
A Toro Reelmaster 3100-D trims around bunkers on The Old Course, with the town of St Andrews on the skyline.
A greenkeeper utilizing a Workman MDX utility vehicle to maintain The Old Course.