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Friday, September 26th 2003, 11:53am

by RVLI

If your going to be using sprinklers for a golf course, then I suggest going to an irrigation distributor and asking them about golf products. This site is mainly for residential/light commercial irrigation applications.

May I suggest you go with Toro golf products, I have helped install part of a system at a golf course before, and those heads I think we're probably the best compared to Hunter. Rainbird was ok too.

Thursday, September 25th 2003, 10:56pm

by Paffkin

Different sprinkler types

I don't know much about sprinklers and about different types. So I have heard that there are two main types - Rotor and Impact. I wonder what are the diffrence between them and which one is more suitable for Golf Course. Maybe Golf Course need some spesific sprinkler.
It will be nice to know more.

Thank you