Lakewood Country Club
Golf carts can play havoc on turfgrass, especially at the edges of paved cart paths. The wear and soil compaction have the combined effect of making it very difficult to maintain an aesthetically pleasing – or often even a sustainable – grass presence.
XtraGrass has proven to be a solid solution for this, and the images from Lakewood Country Club in Denver, Colorado tell the story.
Project Location Lakewood Country Club
Intended play/sport Golf
Previous Surface Natural Bluegrass
XtraGrass Installation September 2014
XtraGrass Preparation Seed grown in on farm
Days to Install from Seeding 84
Course Superintendent Chris Swim
256 sq. ft.
RPR and HGT (80:20)
Original Soil Type
Clay soil with topdressing sand
Present Soil Profile Depth
Above Fiber Backing
Below Fiber Backing
Native soil with modified sand amendment
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