From golf’s beginning, windswept fine fescue has defined the boundaries of a course, and when mowed closer, becomes a fairway, and at its very shortest makes ideal greens for premier courses ... old and new. So the grass that’s found favor as the low maintenance, shade tolerant ‘dunes grass’ on today’s top new courses has been there all along.
• Extremely low maintenance
• Irrigation economy
• Memorable links-look
• Low nitrogen requirement
Fescues are perfect for temperate and cooler regions, especially maritime and low mountainous climates. The leaves are medium green to blue green with a fine texture.
Fine fescue germinates quickly and establishes readily. It is often blended with bluegrass and ryegrass. It is the most shade tolerant of all turfgrasses. It prefers difficult soil conditions such as rocky, sandy, or clay situations.