G800 Series rotors are reliable and efficient short and mid-range performers that provide unsurpassed distribution with a wide range of flow and radius capabilities. They are availabe in an array of TTS and DIH configurations. Patented TTS technology allows for every serviceable element of the rotor to be accessed through the top. Mechanical and electrical, big and small, you can get to every component without disturbing the playing surface. That means there’s no more digging, and no more unsightly scars. Contrary to competitors, all Hunter golf rotors are manufactured in the United States of America.
Adjustable arc water lubricated gear-drive
Arc adjustable anytime; un-installed, installed or while in operation
50 to 360 degree adjustable arc range
QuickSet-360 adjustable arc and non-reversing full-circle in one rotor
Quick check arc mechanism makes arc adjust fast and easy
Closed-case design helps prevent sticking riser and leaking seals
Flexible performance with 8 nozzles to choose from
Hunter's revolutionary TTS (Total Top Servicing) design offers exclusive and unique features and benefits that are designed with serviceability and innovation in mind. Click HERE  to see all the TTS Advanced Features and why a Hunter Golf system is the right choice for your course.
With Hunter’s quick check arc mechanism and patented QuickSet-360 non-reversing full-circle feature in a variable arc rotor, adjustments are fast, easy and more flexible than ever before. Available on 35 Series and 75 Series rotors.
Standard durable recessed area for
Optional raised marker for popular engraved and paint-filled markers.
Factory configured Decoder-In-Head (DIH) rotors are available for all 800 Series and 900 Series valve-in-head TTS rotors. All DIH rotors include Hunter's patented Total Top Programming technology. Whether on the workbench or after installation, the decoder station can be programmed without rotor dis-assembly.
P5 = 50 PSI*
P6 = 65 PSI
S = SSU *
Note: *Complies to ASAE standard. All precipitation rates calculated for 360° operation. All triangular rates are equilateral.