Chris Reverie, from Allentown Municipal in Pennsylvania, discusses some of the struggles faced by municipal golf courses. He shares how Spiio has helped the course lower its expenses while improving the playability of their busy course—and how easy it was to get started.
Matt Morton, superintendent at El Niguel Country Club, shares the value of data in validating and communicating turfgrass decisions. Spiio’s sensor measures soil temperature, moisture, light, and salinity, offering that data in one timely and user-friendly app.
Spiio Integrates with Google: Integrate Spiio data into your existing spreadsheets for personalized reports and dashboards.
Superintendent Adam Hoffman from Sunset Hills Country Club discusses how he uses Spiio’s Google Sheets integration for data-driven reporting, allowing him to back up his agronomic decisions with data.
Andy Eick, superintendent of Mohawk Golf Club, discusses the benefit of using Spiio sensors. By measuring soil temperatures more accurately, he can dial in his chemical application timing and fine-tune his turf disease response.
Customers with Spiio sensors can now see the soil temperature and other relevant data in Coverage, allowing for an even more streamlined experience tracking applications based on up-to-date, in-the-ground data.
Adam Hoffman, superintendent of Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrolton, Georgia, is a major proponent of diligently recording turf data. Spiio has been a valuable tool for him in this effort. In addition to being impressed by superb customer service, he’s quickly noticed the sensors’ value in turf data comparison. In his 27 years in […]
Matt Madsen, Superintendent for Baltimore County Golf, has seen an incredible turnaround on the courses this year as the industry navigated unprecedented territory. He’s been proactive in managing turf—in part by implementing the use of Spiio sensors—and has seen quick and significant results. Matt Madsen has been managing turf on golf courses since he was […]
GLK Turf Solutions combines industry expertise and entrepreneurship to serve other turf professionals in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Their partnership with Spiio has presented another opportunity for them to bring sound agronomy to their customers by solving the constant problems of water quantity and water quality.
Despite the uncertainty of 2020, the golf industry has made a positive turn. Some companies, like Hodges Rash, are seeing a prime opportunity to invest in the future. Partnering with Spiio has been one way to translate their positivity into real results for their customers.
Spiio data help optimize Greenkeeper’s predictions of soil-borne diseases such as summer patch and brown patch. “Now, our models can have data fed to them constantly from Spiio sensors.” Says Dr. Bill Kreuser.