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What Are The Green Speeds at Your Home Club?

Green Speeds at Your Course  

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  1. 1. What is the average green speed in feet, day to day in decent weather, at your home course?

    • < 8
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
    • 11
    • > 11

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Several courses in my area have TifEagle and they do not overseed in the winter time.  During the warm growing months when heavy traffic, they are usually 7 to 9.  Once we get cold(er) weather and a frost the color of these greens gets very dark looking...almost a blackish tint to them.  When that happens...the speed of them gets upwards of 10 to 11.  Since they aren't growing, they mow them usually only once or twice a week but roll them every other day.  

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