Range Ball Service Plan


Driving Range Maintenance

Our range ball service is an automated outfield maintenance solution for driving ranges. Whether you opt for our rental or buying options, the solution is designed to collect, wash and return your range balls to the dispenser as well as cut the grass of your outfield.

How is it implemented?

The driving range maintenance solution integrates the Belrobotic BigMow and BallPicker robot, with our own automated ball wash and return system which cleans and transports the range balls.

How much is does it cost?

Rental Option: The monthly fee (Range Ball Service Plan) is calculated by incorporating the ball output of your facility and covers the ball management and mowing of your facility. Along with the full service and support of the robotic maintenance system. 

Buying Option: A price is calculated based on the results of your FREE no-obligation site appraisal. Buyers also have the option to subscribe to our full service and support contract.

How It works range ball plan

Simple Step By Step Process

Signing up to Range Ball Service Plan is explained in our easy four-step process below.


Stage 1

No Obligation Site Appraisal

A meeting is arranged with one of our AMS sales team which calculates a bespoke service plan based on the ball output of the facility or a purchase price for those looking to buy.

The benefits of having your outfield maintenance as an affordable monthly payment, means you get all the benefits of robot technology now while spreading the cost over a fixed period.


Stage 2

Site Survey

Once the range ball service plan or purchase price is agreed. An AMS specialist examines the area where the autonomous robots will operate, the positioning of the charging station, ball drop zone, obstacles to be avoided, slopes to climb, etc. The specialist confirms how many robots would best suit the circumstances and submits a site plan and installation requirements.


Stage 3


A boundary wire is installed which surrounds the outfield and creates a magnetic field that guides the robots. The wire is buried in a discreet channel that is naturally filled in within two or three days without leaving any trace. The ball drop zone which includes the ball return system is installed, along with the required charging stations for each robot.


Stage 4

You Take Control

The AMS technician guides you through the learning phase and hands over control to you.


Want to know more?

Get in touch to arrange your free no obligation site appraisal