Turf care tools are mainly used by groundsmen and greenkeepers to maintain the overall quality of the outdoor area or green. Some of these hand tools can be used for everyday maintenance, such as the rakes, mallets, dew brushes, dew switches and pitchmark repair tool. Another every day use product would be the bootwipers used to remove excess dirt or sand from shoes.
Tools like the soil samplers will be used to examine a section of the ground to make sure there is no disease and that the soil quality is correct. Other tools such as the corer collector, sarel spikers and seed slotters and spikers can be used for aeration of the ground or making holes in preparation for seeds to be spread.
Turf doctors are also used to cut holes and replace or test areas of soil. For use with spreading top dressing, seeds or fertilisers the harvester, dragmat and dragbrushes will be ideal and effortless. Also used for preparation work and finishing surfaces are the levelawns and lutes.
For more technical use there are agronomist tools such as stimpmeters and grass height measuring prisms, there is also linemarking paint and stencils available for the smaller details. When it comes to irrigation there are sprinkler head trimmers available, or roller squeegees if the grass is too wet.