Golf Grass Types
Over the last 17 years, Modern Turf has scoured the planet to bring you the best possible selection of grasses for the golf industry. We continue
to search for new and improved varieties like Sunday and Latitude 36 and currently have several new varieties under evaluation. In the meantime,
the grasses we provide are proven performers on golf courses in the US and throughout the world.
Celebration™ Bermudagrass is ideal for sports fields, golf courses and parks due to its excellent wear tolerance. The dark blue-green color and rapid growth rate make this turfgrass a top contender for all sports turf managers across the United States.
Empire is an eye catching, durable grass that provides a superior alternative to centipede and exhibits a beautiful, golden brown color in the winter months.
Latitude 36 Bermudagrass
Suitable for athletic fields, home lawns, tees, fringes, fairways and roughs, this newcomer to the high-end turf market tolerates low mowing heights, recovers quickly from injury and looks better than any bermudagrass on the market.
Mach 1 has been characterized as one of the cleanest and purest turfs throughout its growth period. It’s attractive fine texture, exceptional density, extreme tightness and overall smoothness creates the ultimate playing surface.
Found on putting greens throughout the south, this ultradwarf bermudagrass has phenomenal root and rhizome structure and is very quick to establish. It can be found on championship putting surfaces, municipalities and everywhere in between.
Sunday Ultra-Dwarf is a genetically stable turfgrass that provides lower maintenance, high-end putting green surfaces. While it is new to the market, it has been grown for over 20 years on a golf course on the Alabama Gulf Coast.
Tifway 419 Bermudagrass
Tifway 419 has been the standard for golf course tees, fairways and roughs throughout the southern United States for decades. Tifway 419 is also used on sports fields and in many landscape settings.
Zorro Zoysia is a very fine bladed zoysia with a deep, green color that is suitable for golf courses, as well as commercial and residential lawns.