Golf Course Turf

Meta Description: Find golf course maintenance tips for managing your putting greens, tees and fairways. Get advice on bentgrass varieties, improving green speed and proper irrigation.

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Figure 1. Desiccation injury on fine fescue fairway in Wisconsin. Photo: Peter Landschoot, Penn State
Winterkill of Turfgrasses - Articles Articles

Winterkill of Turfgrasses

Peter Landschoot, Ph.D.

Bitter cold and icy conditions during winter sometimes lead to the death of turfgrasses on golf courses, lawns, and sports turf. More
Photo: Pete Landschoot, Penn State
Evaluation of New Bentgrasses for Golf Course Fairways and Tees - Articles Articles
Choosing the right cultivar or blend of cultivars for your particular situation is important for long-term performance of your fairways and tees. More
Photo: P. Landschoot, Penn State
Evaluation of Some New Bentgrasses for Putting Greens - Articles Articles
Choosing the right bentgrass cultivar is critical for long-term performance of your putting surfaces. More
Options for Chemical Control of Moss in Putting Greens
Options for Chemical Control of Moss in Putting Greens - Articles Articles

Options for Chemical Control of Moss in Putting Greens

Peter Landschoot, Ph.D., Joshua Cook

Silvery thread moss (Bryum argenteum) in putting greens is becoming an all-too-common occurrence on Pennsylvania golf courses. More
Irrigation Water Quality Guidelines for Turfgrass Sites
Irrigation Water Quality Guidelines for Turfgrass Sites - Articles Articles
Irrigation water quality is becoming an important issue for managers of golf courses, athletic fields, and institutional grounds in Pennsylvania. More
Factors Affecting Green Speed
Factors Affecting Green Speed - Articles Articles

Factors Affecting Green Speed

Peter Landschoot, Ph.D.

In golf, successfully managed greens are often associated with speed. Speed alone, however, does not symbolize a good or healthy golf green. More