Darlington Country Club Installation Unveiled

Hank Kerfoot - Thursday, November 28, 2013

One of the most beautiful golf courses in South Carolina gets treated to new type of ultradwarf grass.

Darlington Country Club Installation Unveiled

The golf course at Darlington Country Club is one of the most stunning golf courses in South Carolina. The fairways are lined with mature pines trees and Darlington oaks, while the Black Creek meanders through the course at a lazy pace. This calming feature enhances the natural beauty of the landscape. The rolling greens and steep slopes surrounding the greens will challenge and reward golfers of all levels.

The new Sunday ultradwarf greens offers Darlington Country Club members and guests a smoother, faster putting surface than the old grass. The short length of the blades has really freshened up the nine holes that Modern Turf converted. Also, the Sunday’s fast recovery time and amazingly rich color make it an amazing choice for any golf course.

Sunday is a new entry in the ultradwarf market, and although its management requirements are similar to Tifdwarf, its finer texture allows this versatile grass to be managed with all the bells and whistles to putt like an ultradwarf. Sunday is known for its genetic stability, massive root system, and consistent color and is another excellent option for putting greens offered by Modern Turf.

Sunday requires much less aeration, watering, and chemicals than other turf grass varieties, and it bounces back fast after cutting. It’s also less expensive to maintain, and it’s estimated that the projected savings will convert into profits for the Darlington Country Club.

For more information about golf grass installation and options, please visit http://www.modernturf.com/golf-grass-consultation-request-form