Golf Course Management

MAR 2017

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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TEAM U G A CHAMPIONSHIP-QUALITY BERMUDAGRASS Get a leg up on your competition. Upgrade to certified TifSport Bermudagrass like the Davis Love-desiged Retreat course at the Sea Island Golf Club in Sea Island GA. It has great color. It recovers very rapidly from heavy traffic, injury and droughts. It has a finer texture than Tifway 419 and most other bermudagrass varieties. It's extremely cold tolerant. And its upright leaf blade orientation and stiffness mean better ball lies in cut fairways and roughs. It also has a pleasing, uniform appearance, even during dormancy. Players love the way it plays, and you and your crew will appreciate how easy it is to manage. TifSport. It's ideal for fairways, roughs and tees. For more info and a list of licensed TifSport growers visit our website or call 706 552-4525. www.tifsport.com UPGRADE TO TIFSPORT ® FAIRWAYS TifSport's leaf blade orientation and stiffness make it ideal for fairways. A lot of superintendent's are hearing from golfers that TifSport delivers a better ball lie than other bermudas. TEE BOXES Thanks to TifSport's superior turf density, sod strength and good lateral growth rate, it's perfect for high traffic areas like tees. It also shows good resistance to and quick recovery from divots. ROUGHS You can maintain a good TifSport rough of up to 1-1/2", so why not stick with the same grass you have on your tees and fairways? You'll really be cutting down on your management headaches.

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