Wood Bay Blog

Putting Greens: Speed Kills

Posted on Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Turf is much healthier when mowed higher and rolled, compared to being mowed lower. Research shows that frequent rolling (even five times per week), will not cause compaction or other turf health problems. Rolling is a great way to get fast, smooth...

The Evolution of the Roller

Posted on Tuesday, 26 June 2012
Well known agronomist, Chris Hartwiger, gives a brief history of the golf roller, talks about the ‘ups and downs’ of rolling and introduces the Roll Factor, considered to be the most accurate means of establishing the amount of...

Managing Ball Roll

Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Golfers often request changes in golf-green quality, and, frequently, they want to see an increase in green speed, although faster greens are not necessarily best for most golfers... read more and respond to this article 

How long does it take a golf green to recover from Verticutting?

Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Cut, Rake & Roll Your Turf to Perfection with Wood Bay Turf Technologies' Turf EquipmentA variety of factors determine the rate of recovery... read morePost a response to this article

Is Verticutting an Underutilized Cultural Practise?

Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Vertical mowing or Verticutting, as it is known in the turf care industry, is a healthy habit and a beneficial component of a turf care routine. Simply put, vertical mowing encourages turf to take its vitamins... read more What is your experience...