What Features Should You Check When Buying a Jacobsen Golf Mower?

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What Features Should You Check When Buying a Jacobsen Golf Mower?

An 18-hole golf course covers about 70 hectares of land, out of which you have to maintain 30 hectares with the right length of lush green turf. And this is the most hectic task of golf course maintenance. You need a powerful tool, such as a Jacobsen golf course mower or John Deere golf course mower, specifically designed for golf course maintenance.

Not only professionally designed golf mowers can work with a high level of precision but also makes your task easier. However, when it comes to buying the best golf mower, nothing can beat the Jacobsen golf mower.

Jacobsen is the oldest brand that is widely known for its mowing equipment. They manufactured the world’s first lawnmower in 1832, but they introduced the first petrol mower in 1902. There is a wide range of Jacobsen golf mowers available in the market. It includes:

● Greens Mowers
● Walk-Behind Greens Mowers
● Fairway Mowers
● Rough & Trim Mowers

Since different types of Jacobsen mowers are designed to cater to different needs, it is vital to choose the one that meets your needs the best. So, how will you decide which model is right for you? In order to help you make the right decision, here we are going to share the features you should look for when buying a mower.

What should you check when buying a Jacobsen golf mower?
Mower Cutting Width: The cutting width of a mower refers to how wide a strip the golf mower can cut. The larger the cutting width, the wider the strip it will cut. Not only the mower with wider cutting width helps you finish your task quickly but also saves your efforts.

The cutting width of different Jacobsen mowers is as follow:

Mower Type Cutting Width
Greens Mower 62-63 inches
Walk-Behind Greens Mowers 22 inches
Fairway Mowers 82-116 inches
Rough & Trim Mowers 11.4-90 inches

Mower Cutting Height: The cutting height of the golf mower refers to the height above the ground that the blades are capable of cutting. While you can adjust the height of the deck, it is recommended to set the height between 3 to 3.5 inches. Mowing the turfgrass at the right height is crucial as it enhances the turfgrass density and promotes deep root growth.

Here is a table indicating the different cutting heights of different Jacobsen golf course mowers.

Mower Type Cutting Height
Greens Mower 1.57-11.13 mm
Walk-Behind Greens Mowers 1.57-11.13 mm
Fairway Mowers 7.62-177.78 mm
Rough & Trim Mowers 9.5-152mm

Mowing Speed: As the name suggests, mowing speed refers to the speed at which the blades of mowers spin and cut the grass. It is usually measured in mph. The higher the mowing speed, the faster you will be able to cut the grass.

The mowing speed of different Jacobsen golf mowers is as follows:

Mower Type Mowing Speed
Greens Mower 3.7-5 mph
Walk-Behind Greens Mowers 3.2-3.8 mph
Fairway Mowers 6.2-11 mph
Rough & Trim Mowers 6.2-11 mph

The Bottom Line
The overall appearance of the golf course is majorly decided by how the turf is maintained. And the players will be interested in coming to a particular golf course if the turf quality is good. So, never compromise on the quality of the turf.

Since golf mowers are expensive, not everyone can afford to buy a new mower. If you are on a tight budget, you can also consider buying a used golf mower. All you need to find out the best place where you can get the best turf equipment on sale.

So, what are you waiting for? Explore the internet and buy the best Jacobsen golf course mower to maintain the turf in your golf course.

All the Best!

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