Updated model of ball mark repair tool introduced to superintendents
jabAERATOR

Updated model of ball mark repair tool introduced to superintendents

jabAERATOR 400 features wider base and delivers smaller impression on turf.

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ThejabAERATOR, a ball mark and brown spot repair tool launched in 2017, has introduced the jabAERATOR 400. Despite a favorable response to the inaugural product, inventor and avid golfer Felix Paz said he saw a way to improve the tool’s performance with a design modification.
 
“The jabAERATOR, a foot-driven ball mark repair tool drives 16 stainless steel pins into the ball mark or brown spot to help air, water and nutrients repair the turf quickly,” Paz said. 
 
The jabAERATOR 400 features a wider 4-inch stainless steel base, is easier to use and delivers a smaller impression on the turf. It has already been field-tested by several golf course superintendents and club pros whose feedback signals approval of the new design. 
 
Paz said that for the best results the jabAERATOR should be used directly after play and before the greens are mowed. Its use should be avoided during extreme wet conditions or on newly built and topdressed greens. The product remains practically maintenance-free since sand and dirt are easily dispensed through its clean-out holes. The jabAERATOR 400’s length is 30 inches and it weighs 2.82 pounds. 
 
The jabAERATOR is a patented product of Felmar Products and covered by a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.