Modern Turf installs Sunday Ultra Dwarf at Charlotte National Golf Club

Bermudagrass variety replaces bentgrass on 22-year-old course’s greens.

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August 27, 2018
GCI Staff
Construction Course News Turf

Modern Turf announced its newest installation of Sunday Ultradwarf at Charlotte National of Charlotte, N.C. Modern Turf has been chosen by many of the country’s top golf courses to replace bentgrass with Sunday Ultra Dwarf.

 

The Charlotte National Golf Course first opened in 1996 and was originally grassed with Pennlinks bentgrass. The course is now undergoing renovations, as all 18 holes have been grassed with new Sunday Ultra Dwarf. Sunday drastically improves greens while offering lower-maintenance and high-end putting surfaces. It is designed to withstand hot summers and harsh winters and provides dramatic changes to the course’s aesthetics.

 

“Sunday grass is a good fit for the club’s current needs, and our golfers will find our new Sunday turf provides a consistent and faster playing surface that is second to none,” Charlotte National’s Dan Kinnermann said. “We are certainly looking forward to playing on the new, polished greens.”