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You Saw It In The Golf Course Trades
Bulldog Turf & Golf your trusted source for all your
pre-owned turf equipment. 678-371-8662
2006 Toro 3500D with 993 Hours at $15,500.
(2) AR-5’s available for around $15,000 each
Serves Metro Atlanta and the southeast.
Equipment comes right off-lease from golf courses, serviced and made available to you.
2006 Jacobsen LF3407 – Available with 7 or 11 Blade Reels. 6 to choose from for around $9,000 each.
Over 150 units in Stock Fairway Mowers, Greens Mowers, Rotary Mowers,
Trim Mowers, Sprayers, Bunker Rakes, Golf Carts and Much More!
2001 Toro Sidewinder with 640 Hours - $15,500. Several trim mowers to choose from.
Email Kurt Hardison for ANY equipment request: email@example.com
Vertical and Horizontal Netting, Screen, and Containment Systems for most any Application
NETServices is a professional netting installation contractor specializing in design, installation, and maintenance of protective and containment netting systems for golf courses, driving ranges, and other sport and barrier applications.
Highest quality components
Highly trained experienced installation crews
• Design Consultation • Structural Engineering • Ball Trajectory Studies
“Dan, your entire staff was exceptional in the performance required and teamwork necessary to bring this project to reality, we look forward to working with you on many more projects in the future.” John W. Dixon – Dallas Division President – Manhattan Construction Company
“It was a pleasure to work with a contractor who honors their commitments to their customer.” Ken Kays Jr. – Plant Facilities Manager – PING Golf, Inc.
We believe that quality blended with excellent service is the foundation to a successful business—give us a try and find out why Americas top facilities choose NETServices.
Up to a 10 year warranty on our netting and 3 years on workmanship
National Distribution - Local Newspaper Rates
Phone: 888-365-NETS (6387) Fax: 360-651-1956
• Professional Installation • Maintenance • National
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