The new Toro GreensPro™ 1200 greens roller will make its debut at the 2012 Golf Industry Show in Las Vegas. It’s a brand-new product category for Toro, which is news in itself. But the real story is what it can do for your greens.

Great for Golfers, Great for Turf

Rolling provides a smooth, consistent surface, helping to increase ball speed – which golfers love. But that’s only half of the story. University1 research has shown rolling greens can reduce broadleaf weeds, moss and algae. It can also decrease localized dry spot. Happy golfers and healthier turf is a winning combination!

Why Toro GreensPro

Some rollers create a roll line, leaving behind stripes of unrolled turf.

Unlike some competitive rollers, the GreensPro’s offset smoothing rollers create uniform roll across the entire swath.

The new Toro GreensPro 1200 greens roller has offset smoothing rollers resulting in uniform rolling and consistency across the entire green. The articulating design also allows the rollers to move independently over undulations in the terrain.

Made for productivity

Simple foot pedals and an adjustable seat make the GreensPro 1200 easy to operate. It’s powered by a Honda engine and provides a highly productive 48″ rolling swath with a maximum ground speed of 6 mph. A single person can quickly convert the machine from operation to transport mode without tools.

To learn more about Toro’s new precision greens roller, see your local Toro distributor or visit

*Research conducted at Michigan State University, Penn State University and North Carolina State University in the 1990s and at Michigan State 2002-2003.