Which golf courses, sports fields and lawns use Tahoma 31?
Worldwide, the finest facilities are grassed with Tahoma 31. NFL teams like the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles utilize Tahoma 31 for its wear resistance and cold tolerance. College football teams such as Purdue and the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, Duke University LaCrosse, Indiana University Soccer and pro soccer teams including Louisville City FC and the Philadelphia Union depend on Tahoma 31 for safe, sure-footed natural grass playing surfaces.
The U.S. Capitol Lawn at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is grassed with Tahoma 31 for its durability and beauty. MLB teams such as the Los Angeles Dodgers and California Angels play on Tahoma 31. Golf courses from Greece to Australia to California, Oklahoma to Ohio to Georgia, plant Tahoma 31 on tees, fairways, roughs, collars, and driving ranges. Some municipal courses have Tahoma 31 tee-to-green. For the full list, click the button below.
“It’s an amazing grass. My builder is thinking of using on most new custom builds. After he saw mine he ordered some for his own house.”
Curtis Hoeltzel, homeowner, Yukon, OK
“It looks to be a good fit for athletic venues."
Jeff Salmond, United Track & Turf, The Journal Record
“Tahoma31 is "in the top-performing group at most locations for most of the traits evaluated."
Dr. Grady Miller, NC State University, STMA’s Sports Turf magazine
“That's one of the things I'm most impressed about is the drought tolerance, because we just don't have to water it.”
Eric David, Golf Course Superintendent at the Naval Academy Golf Club, Annapolis, MD, GCSAA’s Golf Course Management magazine
“We had five years of really strong data on that grass being managed at a mowing height of less than an inch. It just performed really well year after year, not only with regard to cold tolerance but just its density, color, and overall quality of a high-end, dense turf and its potential for a golf course fairway or a high-end athletic field.”
Dr. Doug Karcher, Professor of Turfgrass Science at the University of Arkansas, STMA’s Sports Turf