The staff at St Andrews Links are highly trained in all aspects of agronomy and understands what it takes to maintain the courses 365 days a year.
Toro provides the latest technology for irrigation systems and turf maintenance equipment to give the staff the best tools available for their daily maintenance tasks. Understanding the needs of the green keeper permits Toro engineers to design and develop contemporary machines that are the “right product for the right job.” New innovations in technology and manufacturing are applied to successive generations of Toro products to meet the modern needs of maintaining the legendary golf links.
Training the workshop technicians is a high priority in ensuring that all products are maintained in the best working condition possible. Regular hands-on training sessions, technical reference materials and trouble-shooting practices are an integral part of the support The Toro Company provides.
The Open Championship will return to St Andrews 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.