Part 2 in a 3-part series.

For maximum versatility, Toro’s all-new Greensmaster® TriFlex™ and TriFlex™ Hybrid riding greensmowers are equipped to do more than greensmowing. In fact, with these models, you can be cutting greens or fairways one minute and easily convert to spiking, thatching or verticutting a few minutes later.

The point is, these units are engineered to deliver the power, maneuverability, control and comfort to take on a wide variety of tasks with one machine. Here’s a quick look at the top advantages that increase versatility and productivity:

Tool-free, Quick-Change cutting units
A single operator can go from cutting greens at 1/8 inch to cutting a fairway at 3/4 of an inch in just a few minutes, no tools required.

Powerful engines for more applications
Both the 21 hp Vanguard Twin gasoline engine and the 23.5 hp Kubota diesel engine provide generous power for cutting greens, tees, fairways or approach areas, as well as for thatching, spiking and verticutting.

Ample reel motor power for normal and peak loads
Both the hydraulic and electric reel motors on all TriFlex models deliver ample power to the reels to support multiple applications.  The all new electric reel motors of the TriFlex Hybrid models, for example, deliver a best-in-class 1.5 horsepower under normal conditions that can increase up to 3.0 hp during peak load periods. The result is more power when you need it for your most challenging applications.

Enhanced operator comfort
Regardless of the application, the adjustable tilt steering, easy-to-use controls and optional deluxe seats allow operators to work comfortably and productively all day.


Proven Tricycle design
Unlike competitive models, the rear wheel will always turn within the radius of the front wheels. So there’s less chance of dropping a rear wheel in a bunker, getting stuck or damaging the bunker lip or turf.

Low-noise muffler
Golf course residents will appreciate the new, quieter mufflers. Operators will too.

Learn more today!
Four Greensmaster® TriFlex models will be available in the first quarter of 2011: the TriFlex hydraulic with a gas or diesel engine and the TriFlex Hybrid, also with a gas or diesel engine. For details and a schedule of demo events in your area, visit