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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by ProEagle, Jan 15, 2006.
If anyone works in the Sports Turf field post your pix!
Here are some of mine
Here is me on a massey Ferguson at Floyd Perry's academy in South Carolina
Me on the toro 5020 with Rahn Groomer
Here is this summer building my high school's new diamond.
the infield construction
last one for now...I'll try to take some pictures of the field finished once the snow melts. The field was sodded then played on a month later so it didn't form good roots and was ruined by soccer. So we'll have to resod the out field this spring.
The field was also ruined before when we put in irrigation. The ditch witch we would usually use broken and we had a small backhoe causing the lazor leveled ground to become a little uneven.
After it was done we added a rounded backstop it came out pretty nice. you usually don't see those types that much yet but more people are beginning to buy them.
As you can see in this photo left field is only about 250 ft out. It was actually smaller than that but we moved the homeplate back and the stone wall forward to make it a little longer. Right field is about 400Ft and center is a little more.
The field really turned out nice after it was done.
I know my school has the best highschool baseball field in the state i think. Yours is up there next to ours
What high school do you go to?
The Danver high School field is unbelievable it has to be in the top 3 for sure. Their field is definately as nice as Fenway. They use all the same equipment as Fenway too.
People are beginning to notice the fields a lot better and are wanting to get them into topquality shape. It's definately going to be the next big business to get into for sure.