Less than a year away from its official opening, the Trump International Golf Links Scotland has employed a fleet of John Deere equipment to help with the final shaping of the course and growing of the turf throughout the property, according to PitchCare.
The news source reported that the John Deere maintenance equipment was chosen due to its variety of vehicles, dependability and the excellent reputation that the company has within the industry.
"The John Deere 2500B triplex mowers are excellent for following contours on the approaches and surrounds, and we have a mixed fleet of nine Gator utility vehicles - these have been used all over the course during the construction work, and have proved absolutely invaluable," John Bambury, the links superintendent for the course, told PitchCare.
The fleet of vehicles also included walk-behind mowers, compact and utility tractors and turf sprayers, according to the news source.
The Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeen, Scotland, is part of a 500-hectare development that was started by the real estate mogul as a tribute to the game, according to the course website.