- Heat Treated Steel – this is our normal tine material that gives you a good quality tine for an affordable cost. This may be a good option where you may hit gravel or rocks and the tine may break no matter what material it is.
- Carbide Tip – hardened tip designed for lasting durability. The downside to carbide tip tines is that they may pull the turf up a little and they can wear out above the tip.
- Phoenix Hardened Steel – these tines mean you don’t have to choose between a long-life, durable carbide tipped coring tine or a clean efficient cut and core with a standard heat treated tine. Phoenix provides both including significantly reduced ‘grow-in’ period and rust resistance for longer life.
Aerification Displacement Chart
This chart can be used to help determine the amount a material removed by varying tine size and spacing. many factors can influence actual results, so use this chart solely as a reference.
Select Your Tine:
Rotary Rough Mowers
GolfCo urethane rollers save wear on your rotary rough mowers by reducing impact from bumps and save you on bearing replacement. Never worry about greasing bearings again on your rollers!
Solid Round Tines
Sometimes you just need to punch without the hassle of cleaning up plugs. Alleviate compaction, improve drainage and promote air and gas exchange. Great for fairways, tees and approaches.
Side Eject Coring Tines
Our most popular tine and the industry standard for relieving compaction, reducing thatch and improving water and air flow into the soil profile.
Carbide Tip Coring Tines
Side eject coring tines built to last with carbide tips.
Fairway Coring Tine
Quality side eject coring tines for fairways and tees. Available in standard hardened steel, carbide tip or phoenix.
Economy Roll Tines - Fairways
These are heavy duty tines developed for punching fairways and roughs without breaking the bank. Pull a good core without worrying about rocks or damage.