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WLG member club in London stays with Toro for continuous developments

„Constant evolution is what sees Roehampton Club remain one of the best multi-sports Clubs in the UK“, states a press release at golfbusinessnews on the club’s recently confirmed relationship with Toro machinery. Roehampton has proven high standards also in its inaugural World of Leading Golf Mystery Tests and joined the union in 2015.

Roehampton Club has a rich and illustrious history for being the heart of London sporting society. To maintain the high standards on the golf course, tennis courts, croquet lawn and gardens is an absolute priority for course and grounds manager, Peter Bradburn – an expert who has been involved in the building of golf courses all around Europe. About Toro, he says, that “ … in fact, many projects I have worked on were intentionally undertaken because they involved working with Toro as you can rely on the quality of Toro’s equipment, aftercare and service.“

Toro is well known for its innovative machinery and belongs to the leading global suppliers of turf maintenance equipment and precision irrigation solutions. Included in the first order under the new agreement with Toro, the Roehampton maintenance team will in the future be working with the Groundsmaster 4700-D and the Greensmaster 3250-D for the 18-hole parkland golf course due to their efficiency and the quality they enable the team to achieve.

The course’s features and design will remain untouched. It has been remodelled by Ken Moodie and Ken Brown in 2010 and Roehampton’s members have great pride in the magnificent 18-hole parkland course renowned for excellent presentation and playing ability. Just recently, the club had hosted its third Senior Tour Pro Am where a multitude of stars from the European Senior Tour Pros got acquainted with the varied challenges of the venue and showed off their skills to members in a fun and relaxed, yet competitive, Pro Am.

WLG club profile Roehampton Club

Roehampton/Toro article at golfbusinessnews

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