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  1. John Deere classic
    07 July 2014

    The Ireland Golf Tour Operator Association (IGTOA) has announced a new business partnership with John Deere Limited, and will be promoting Irish golf tourism at the forthcoming John Deere Classic golf tournament, which takes place at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, USA from July 10th to 13th 2014.

  2. John Deere 8800a
    23 June 2014

    John Deere has introduced a complete range of advanced technology fairway, tees & surrounds and rough mowers for 2014, based on extensive feedback from greenkeepers and other golf and turf industry professionals.

  3. John Deere golf ready training
    23 June 2014
    John Deere has launched the brand new A40 and V40 PrecisionCore pedestrian aerators for golf greens and other fine turf areas. Based on extensive customer feedback, and replacing the previous Aercore 800 model, these latest machines have been designed from the ground up to provide increased productivity and efficiency compared to traditional aerators on the market.

    A patented articulating frame delivers more consistent hole depth on undulating terrain, and operators can now change hole spacing on the move. The aerators also feature a tighter turning circle, for sharper, quicker turns, and are available with an optional verticutter attachment for aerating and verticutting the turf in one pass. A redesigned operator station provides easier control of the machines, as well as reduced levels of handlebar vibration.

    To match the performance standards of these new aerators, John Deere has also launched a range of top quality Precision Tines for use on greens, tees, fairways and roughs.

    Available in a choice of Precision Standard, Precision Plus and Precision Ultra designs, these durable new tines have been engineered with fine detail and accuracy to allow greenkeepers and groundsmen to customise their aeration technique based on the needs of their individual course and different soil conditions.

    All of the solid tines in the range start as a single raw solid alloy rod, which are then machined for precision, increased strength and durability. The hollow top and side eject tines start out as hollow alloy tubes and are specially formed to provide a smoother interior and exterior surface for easier ground penetration and less risk of blocking.
  4. John Deere golf ready training
    13 June 2014

    John Deere dealers from across Europe are brushing up on their greenkeeping skills and knowledge at Morley Hayes Golf Club in Derbyshire this summer.

  5. 7290r
    13 June 2014

    New R Series tractors and the new F440R fixed chamber round baler for 2014 are making their debut on the John Deere stand (S295) at the Royal Highland Show in June.

  6. Golf roadshow
    05 June 2014

    John Deere’s new, advanced technology fairway mowers and aerators for 2014 can be seen at 17 golf course locations throughout Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland from early July until mid-August.

  7. New 7310R tractor makes its debut at Cereals 2014
    31 May 2014

    Featuring a Stage IV compliant engine for the first time on a European John Deere tractor, the new 7310R model with e23 transmission will be making its Cereals Event debut in June.

  8. Rangers FC training ground
    29 May 2014

    Rangers FC’s £14 million, 38ac state-of-the-art training centre at Murray Park in Milngavie, near Glasgow, includes two full-size and one half-size Fibresand pitches, four full-size sand profile pitches, one full-size and one half-size synthetic pitches and a practice area.

     

  9. Wallasey Golf Club John Deere 2500E
    15 May 2014
    Greenkeepers in the north-west of England are preserving the peace and tranquility of their courses, thanks to John Deere’s 2500E hybrid electric triplex greens mowers.

    Home of the Stableford scoring system, Wallasey Golf Club in The Wirral is particularly anxious to keep local residents happy and specified two new 2500Es from local John Deere dealer Turner Groundscare of Tarvin, Chester to help them do just that.
  10. Remote Display Access
    08 May 2014

    John Deere’s Remote Display Access (RDA) system has now been fully activated in Western and Central European countries and selected CIS markets, as part of the John Deere FarmSight strategy.

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