Sunday is an Ultra-Dwarf “greens” type bermudagrass. Developed by a turf grower and golf course owner, Sunday is finer-textured than Tifdwarf. Sunday can be mowed as low as .080 and provides a very consistent, high quality putting surface. In addition, the color of Sunday is monolithic providing a highly aesthetic green putting surface. Sunday has successfully been installed on multiple courses with very positive feedback on its color and reduced maintenance.

Sunday is outperforming Mini Verde, Tif Eagle, and Tif Dwarf in most of the NTEP trials. Sunday putts like an ultra-dwarf bermudagrass, manages like a dwarf bermudagrass, and feels like a bentgrass. With a massive root system, Sunday offers excellent durability and can be mowed as low as .100 inches. This ultra-dwarf has an exceptionally fine texture, uniform grain and consistent surface for smooth ball roll. The color of Sunday is monolithic, providing a highly aesthetic green.

Attributes are:

  • Ease of maintenance: The consensus among superintendents that manage Sunday is that it is very easy to maintain.
  • Versatility: it can be maintained at varying heights and/or levels of input depending on what type of surface you are trying to achieve.
  • Forgiveness and Recover-ability: It can take a beating and bounce back very quickly from damage and or intensive cultural practices.
  • Deep Root Structure: The deep root structure protects it from freeze damage and helps it maintain itself when presented with various stress conditions.
  • Stability: Sunday is known for it’s consistent color and consistent grain, Cotton Creek Golf Course in Gulf Shores, AL has been maintaining the same Sunday greens on their course for almost 30 years and have not had any mutations and are still performing very well.

Specify Sunday Ultra-Dwarf on your next new course or renovation!”


Improved shade tolerance Extensive root system Improved disease resistance
A cross between a Zoysia Japonica and a Zoysia Tenuifolia. It has a fine leaf texture and a dark green color. Geo is the most shade tolerant grass available. Geo has high herbicide resistance, salinity tolerance, wear tolerance, and slow vertical growth. It will recover quickly from traffic damage. Geo is a very easy grass to mow using a standard rotary mower. Geo has a mowing height of 0.5"" to 1.5"". If you want the best looking lawn in the neighborhood and are willing to perform a little more seasonal maintenance, Geo is the best choice. If your landscape has a limited amount of turf, Geo may be the best grass due to its fine blade width."
Developed by Texas A&M University, Palisades Zoysia is a variety of Zoysia Japonica. Palisades Zoysia has a deep green color making it one of the most aesthetically pleasing grasses available. It is one of the most popular medium-textured Zoysias. It possesses drought tolerance, withstands cold relatively well and can handle moderate shade. It has a good salt tolerance. Another crucial distinguishing point about Palisades is that it can be mowed to as low as ½ inch in height. It tolerates infrequent mowing and neglect. This aspect of the grass, along with its hardiness in dry conditions, makes it an ideal turf for golf course fairways and roughs – and, of course, for residential lawns and commercial areas. Mowing height is .5" to 2”, the latter being ideal in most situations.


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