This video of the SubAir system drying the soaked greens at Augusta is pretty darn cool! Posted by putting coach Phil Kenyon.

One hour ago I didn't know how SubAir Systems worked but now I'm an expert!  Augusta has received an enormous amount of rain over the past few days yet the greens will be dry and fast when The Masters starts today; all thanks to the Sub Air system.

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Augusta SubAir Video


Putting coach Phil Kenyon posted a video on his Instagram of the system in operation.  Looking down at the inspection point that sits on the high side of the green you can hear the monster vacuum sucking the water away.

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It could do with a little trim though??!!

Here's a nice little video on how Sub Air works.





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