Here's a press release from Toro about an assistant superintendent winning a Toro Greensmaster TriFlex Hybrid riding greensmower.
Two thoughts before I turn you loose on the release:
1. "Petrifying Springs Golf Course" is a great name for a golf course.
2. The other day I entered a drawing for a giant flat-screen TV at my local Dairy Queen. The very next day, DQ called me. "Mr. Jones, this is Amanda from Dairy Queen, I have good news," she said. I took a breath. "Yes?" "You entered our drawing... and you won a Dairy Queen hat! We'll re-enter your name in the drawing for the TV..."
Here's the release about Lori Stanek, who did way better than a Dairy Queen hat:
|The crew at Petrifying Springs, including Lori Stanek, assistant superintendent, on the mower, and David Hassel, supervisor of golf conditions, to her left.|
“I attended the Master of the Greens tour because they were previewing the new TriFlex mowers from Toro. When I found out I won the mower I was in total disbelief,” recounted Lori Stanek. “This is a great opportunity for Kenosha County to have a quality mower.”
“The TriFlex is a superior machine,” continued Stanek. “The mowing units actually hug the greens, giving us a superior quality of cut. It will have a big impact for the golfers because the ball will travel straight and true, every time.”
Dave Hassel, Kenosha County’s supervisor of golf conditions, added, “This really is a state-of-the-art mower that Toro has introduced. Kenosha County has always had a great relationship with The Toro Company, and we are just so pleased to have the opportunity to receive this mower. The machine will be a tremendous asset for us in the future.”
Petrifying Springs, considered the flagship of the Kenosha County Parks system, features an 18-hole layout complete with an abundance of trees and a beautiful, rolling landscape. Designed in 1936, the course has received several awards and recognized as the “#1 Sporty Course in Wisconsin” by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.