Make the most of every rotor with new Rapid-Adjust Technology featuring MemoryArc.™ Available on new Rain Bird® 751 Golf Rotors, this innovative feature allows you to easily adjust watering on greens, fairways or roughs for unmatched versatility and precise control.
Offering proven Rain Bird durability and distribution uniformity, these cost-efficient rotors are also backward-compatible with existing Rain Bird rotor cases. Doing more when it matters most. That’s The Intelligent Use of Water.™
Proven Rain Bird Performance
The new Rain Bird® 700 Series features the high efficiency nozzles you've come to expect from the industry leader and delivers the best performance yet from Rain Bird golf rotors.
With large droplets that cut through harsh winds and reliable and consistent pressure regulation, Rain Bird rotors deliver the even distribution you need to guarantee a healthy playing surface.
You never take a day off. Neither should your rotor. Driven to deliver, built to take a beating, Rain Bird® 700 Series Golf Rotors deliver improved durability. Trust their rugged construction for year after year of reliable, hassle-free performance.
Already have Rain Bird rotors installed on your course? New Rain Bird® 700 Series Golf Rotors offer backward-compatibility with every 700 Series EAGLE™ Rotor manufactured since 1992. Saving precious time and money is as simple as dropping new Rain Bird® 700 Series internal assemblies into your existing rotor cases.
Low Cost of Ownership
These days, everyone can appreciate the value of a wise purchasing decision. All things considered, Rain Bird Golf Rotors offer a low cost of ownership through a powerful combination of versatility, performance and durability.
So make the most of every dollar—install 700 and 751 Golf Rotors to optimize water consumption, simplify operation and minimize replacement, maintenance and inventory costs.
Your course’s watering needs seem to change by the day. Now your watering arc can change with them. Rain Bird® 751 Golf Rotors offer easy, top-adjustable rotation settings that retain the memory of their part-circle arc setting when shifting between full- and part-circle operation.
This unique feature is designed to offer quick, dry arc adjustments not just during grow-in, but for the life of the rotor. So whether you need to ramp up watering during fertigation or conserve water in response to water restrictions, you can do it all with just a simple twist of your wrist.