Rob Weiks

“Brookwater GC has owned a set of True Surface vibratory rollers for approximately 18 months. The reasons for our purchase was that we require stress reduction on our greens throughout winters and efficiency improvements because of limiting staff numbers in regards to rolling times. The rollers have achieved our end goal of improving not only our consistency of roll but also assisted greatly in our recent grow in. Our surrounds are much less stress than previously using a side to side roller and we have shortened our rolling time by 23%. The vibratory rollers have also provided us with tool to train apprentices on a triplex mower without the stress of potential scalping. The flexibility of being able to use a single unit to travel and roll to me is not a compromise of efficiency that I would make, and all golf courses should at least consider the option.”

— Rob Weiks; Golf Course Superintendent, Brookwater Golf Course

Gary Sayre

“I have used the True-Surface® Vibratory Greens Rolling System since they were first introduced in the 90’s and love the results they produce. When I came to Baywood Golf & Country Club we were in need of a new greens roller. During a recent USGA site visit, the agronomist recommended that we get a roller for the greens to help improve health of the turf and consistency of the greens. One of the members of the Baywood Women’s Golf Association recommended to the Association that they have a fundraiser for the purchase of a greens roller. The women raised the funds in a matter of months and were anxious to see the True-Surface® Vibratory Greens Rolling System in action. We only had the units a week and have already put them to work with the expected results and very satisfied golfers. With the New True-Surface® Vibe V™ rollers, our greens will be the talk to the town.”

— Gary Sayre, CGCS Baywood Golf & Country Club

Ben Martin

“Since I have been using True-Surface® rollers, I have noticed the more we roll the less thatch layer we have to deal with. It seems if we roll everyday and mow ever other day the thatch layer is nonexistent and the greens are healthier, with better color, and recovers better from heavy traffic days. I came here in ’08 and never had the privilege of using rollers on my greens, and was always fighting thatch among other things. I have to contribute to the rollers for making my greens better.”

— Ben Martin, Sand Springs Golf Course