Better allocated labour

Automating ball collection frees up your staff to be able to undertake other tasks. For their part, the players will be able to continue their training unhindered, in an innovative club.

Continuous ball collection

When its routes are programmed, the Ballpicker will not stop running over the driving range outfield. As soon as the 300 ball tank is full, the ball collector goes back to its base to unload them into a recovery pit.

Multi-zone working

Depending on its programming and peak periods, the Ballpicker can concentrate exclusively on zones where the density of balls is the greatest.

100% durable

The Belrobotics golf robot mowers have a low electrical consumption (540 kWh/year on average) and have 10 times lower CO2 emissions than equivalent combustion engine machines.

The Ballpicker method

If you like world exclusives, you are going to love the Ballpicker. When its routes are programmed, it will not stop running over the driving range outfield. As soon as its ball tank is full (>250), the ball collector goes back to its base to unload them into a recovery pit. In very little time, the balls are cleaned and forwarded to the ball distributor. The Ballpicker goes back to its electrical recharging station of its own accord. We have thought of everything.

Performance and connectivity

The Ballpicker is a technological marvel. It manages driving ranges of up to 30.000 m² thanks to its collection width of 95 cm. Average absorption of 300 balls even on grounds that can have a slope of up to 30 %. A full charge of its LiFePO4 type batteries takes barely 75 minutes. For the sake of connectivity, the Ballpicker can be integrated into your fleet of remote control robot mowers.

Quiet running and ball protection

Belrobotics robot mowers combine silent equipment and effective results. The Bigmow can mow and silently maintain golf driving ranges without destroying balls due to patented protection discs which keep the balls away from the cutting blades. During this time, the Ballpicker automates the collection of balls inaudibly (max. 52 dB) and its limited weight (70 kg) avoids the balls being pushed into the ground. You will therefore benefit from a world exclusive.

Respect the environment and take a sustainable approach

Golf and nature are, of course, inextricably linked. The Belrobotics robots have a low electrical consumption (540 kWh/year on average) and have 10 times lower CO2 emissions than equivalent combustion engine machines. The combination of Bigmow and Ballpicker enables both the spreading of chemical fertiliser to be reduced significantly and for balls to be collected efficiently, without practically any human intervention.

Our golf robots

BallPicker Connected Line

To cover up to 30 000 m² and collect up to 12 000 balls/24h.

The robot Ballpicker is an automated golf course and driving range ball picker. A patented worldwide exclusive intended for golf clubs managing driving ranges of up to 300 ares. Choose an autonomous, silent and systematic partner.

  • Operating area

    30.000 m2
  • Electricity costs

    €120 / year
  • Efficiency

    20 collecting discs
  • Safety

    4 sonars

Working at night and in multiple zones

By day, the Ballpicker works at full capacity according to the density of balls to be collected. At night, it can continue and bridge any delay caused by a period of too great accumulation. Even stronger: the multiple zone program. In peak periods, it concentrates exclusively on zones where the density of balls is the greatest. In a second phase, the robot proceeds with collecting balls in the other zones. It is you that decides.

Take care of your club image

A nurtured driving range commands the respect of players and guarantees the image of the club. It is therefore necessary to organise a regular golf course mowing system combined with efficient ball collection. Belrobotics robot mowers can be organised in a fleet. Each machine remains autonomous but covers a dedicated area configured due to your app. Management controlled at your fingertips for the most demanding greenkeepers.

“We installed our first robot mower in 2015 and found we had a better cut than with our ride-on mowers. Since then, we have fitted them in 4 additional pitches in 2016 and 5 pitches in 2017. We are very satisfied with our fleet of robots.”

Elisabeth Bonde
President of Green Spaces of the Local Authority of Arup (Denmark)

“Once a new Bigmow was incorporated into our fleet, I directly experienced structural improvements in the following weeks: density, vivacity and natural progressive regrowth, even in front of the goals.”

Susanne Walter,
Groundskeeper in Bielefeld (Germany)