3 reasons sheep are better than cows for mowing fairways

The 1st at Ootacamund Gymkhana Club (founded 1896) is strikingly reminiscent of the 10th at Augusta National. This long dogleg left plays steeply downhill in a wide corridor between tall evergreen trees.

Getting around the golf course on a sulky

これを手押しのモアで引っ張ります。 — H.I.GK (@fc3s_13b) June 15, 2013 Have you seen one of these before? Do you know its use? The sulky is attached to the back of the greensmower and one rides it out to the course, disconnects it to mow the green, and then rides it to the next green.