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Steven Scott

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  • Club/Course/Company
    Persimmon Hills Golf Course
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    Sharon, TN

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  1. Steven Scott

    2004 Toro MultiPro 1200

    As Is. Engine needs a tune-up, it runs but it's a little rough. Spray system needs new o-rings on the suction side. Brand new pump.

    Sharon, Tennessee


  2. Steven Scott

    Jacobsen TriKing 1900D

    AS IS Engine runs strong but this machine will need an electric clutch soon, can mow for a while and then cutting units will stop. Lots of meat left on the blades, just need to touch them up. Serial#670432154?

    Sharon, Tennessee


  3. Steven Scott

    1997 John Deere F1145

    AS IS 4WD 72" Front Deck. Gearbox on deck is shot. Leaks a small amount of oil out of the right rear hub. Traction unit and PTO run strong. Serial#MO1145X170533

    Sharon, Tennessee


  4. Steven Scott

    John Deere 2653A

    AS IS Smokes during starting but fires up and runs strong. Good cutting units, strong hydraulics. Improvised/Improved discharge shield included at no charge. Serial#TC2653D080456

    Sharon, Tennessee


  5. Steven Scott

    This Grass Could Save Us... Okay, A Few Of Us

    It's going to become adapt or die and sometimes adapting means going back to what we were doing right in yesteryear. At the end of the day most golfers just want to play a fun, maintained golf course, whether its maintained at 5/8, 9/16, or 1/2" is less important than the fact that its actually mowed out. And those handful who don't like it can drive an hour up the road and join the high dollar club, because by golly this is America and that's capitalism. I'm not anti-Top 100 or $2million+ budget, heck I'm envious of some the toys they get to use, but there are 14,000 other courses that sit in flyover states and golfers live there too.
  6. Steven Scott

    Please, Somebody Help Me

    How about a sign in the yard that reads "fresh frog legs, pick em yourself" like the roadside strawberry patches do in the summer. Surely enough folks would come down out of the mountains to eliminate the entire toadian population, and you could make a few bucks to put toward filling the pond in.