PERC creates webpage to help golf course superintendents

June 24, 2016 By    
Photo by Grant Gannon

PERC’s new webpage on its website provides resources for golf course superintendents on propane appliances such as mowers. Photo by Grant Gannon

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) launched a page on its website specifically to help golf course superintendents and managers seeking more product information, case studies and testimonials from peers involved in PERC’s golf demo program.

“We’ve seen an increase in the number of superintendents visiting our site in search of information about propane equipment on golf courses since we implemented the golf demo program in 2015,” says Jeremy Wishart, deputy director of business development at PERC, in an association statement.

Wishart adds that PERC updated its website to make its website easier for superintendents to find what their peers had to say about operating golf course maintenance equipment powered by propane.

According to PERC, eight golf courses across the United States participated in the golf demo program. Each course demoed four pieces of equipment on lease from R&R Products for 12 months and reported on how the equipment fared. Of the eight companies in the program, six golf courses requested to purchase the propane equipment after the trial was completed.

PERC’s golf webpage is now available with various resources. Information on the website can help superintendents to find case studies, a propane savings calculator and information on other products that use propane. The webpage also includes information on the R&R Products fairway mower, trim mower, greens mower and bunker rake used in the golf demo program.

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