Golf

Seeing John Deere Golf Equipment in Action at TPC Scottsdale

March 26, 2019

John Deere has a strong relationship with the PGA Tour, and for good reason. With John Deere golf quipment, the PGA Tour is able to ensure that its fairways, roughs, and greens are all properly maintained out on the course for the world’s best players. “This sponsorship has significant impact in many important areas for John Deere,” said James Field, president, Worldwide Agriculture and Turf Division. “The agreement helps our company sell equipment, build relationships with customers and dealers, and promote the John Deere brand worldwide.”

Improving Accuracy with the John Deere GPS PrecisionSprayer

March 5, 2019

With the new John Deere GPS PrecisionSprayer, available exclusively on the John Deere ProGator line, customers have the option to accurately and consistently get their job done while reducing input costs and operator fatigue. This new machine offers features such as AutoTrac, shareable coverage maps, and individual nozzle control to make the task at hand easier to complete.

“The GPS PrecisionSprayer offers an innovative solution that allows our customers to be more productive and accurate when maintaining turf,” said Brooks Hastings, product manager, John Deere. “John Deere boasts over 20 years of GPS experience, which was vital when creating the GPS PrecisionSprayer. We were able to leverage our knowledge of GPS technology to develop a solution that supports our customers, increasing productivity and accuracy, and reducing labor and material costs.”

Video Gallery: You’re Never on an Island with John Deere Golf Equipment

March 1, 2018

John Deere is known for their impressive farm equipment and long-running history of innovation and quality. However, golf courses around the country rely on John Deere equipment to keep their greens in tip-top shape as well.

Let’s take a look at some of the beautiful golf courses in Hawaii and see how they keep up with the demands of their greens.

Nanea Golf Club: You’re Never On An Island with John Deere