Hi. Today let’s look at a couple of projects that we’ve been working with.
First, is the Mountaintop Lake & Golf Club PROJECT. We worked closely with the head pro there on every detail of the new product line up. Let’s start with the custom amenity carts that Fox designed with us.
This is the cart that together we designed for his North End, which is the self-service side. We wanted to keep everything covered in case of rain. There’s the insulated cooler, and then the large storage area in the bottom. Because of the shape of the build, we added pneumatic wheels to the end.
On their South End, we designed an amenity cart that was larger. Rain was still a concern, so we build 2 removable lid sections, as well as a bracket on the side so that they could attach an umbrella on if they wanted to. There’s an insulated cooler on this one too.
For their bag stands, we made the kickplate bag stand for their self-service end, and something completely different for their full-service side. The full service stand holds clubs at an angle.
Also, on the driving range, we made ball corrals with weld bumps to keep the balls from being stuck in the corners.
For signage, we made a driving range sign in a style that we call the ‘range tree.’
Here’s the other signs that we made for Mountaintop:
Mountaintop wanted to keep with the same color theme on their tee markers. We made 2 styles, and direction tee markers.
The 2nd course that we’re showing off today is the Part 2 Project for Green Brook Country Club in New Jersey.
First, we made their insulated coolers. They chose a 2-toned gray powder coat that has 2 shades of gray.
We’ve made driving range clock signs for them before, but they wanted another style with a movable x base. for their driving range.
Usually, we stick with 1 color scheme, but their course has 2 different club color schemes. This is the club cleaning station that we made. We still kept the logo consistent like on everything else that we’ve made for them.
Here’s their starter’s tray. We designed it specifically to fit their scorecards. We make starter boxes with lids and without in different styles and layouts.
You can’t see it in this photo, but there’s stakes welded behind the circle plate so that the sign can be inserted into the ground. It’s a low key directional sign.
We also made trash can enclosures. The top portion is removable so that staff can lift it and take out the trash. There’s handles on the sides of the shell to make it easy to move.
Lastly, this style of podium is our slanted top style. I really like this one because it as top storage (top in hinged) and back storage with shelves. You can choose casters as an add-on.
We’ll be sharing more projects soon! If you have photos of your RHI products, you’re welcome to email it to your RHI sales team. We love seeing the accessories at the facilities.