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Comment from: Meraj Shah [Visitor] Email
Hey Brandon, great article. Paspalum is a rage in Asia as well, lots of new courses are using it and older ones are being resodded to it. The onyl thing I didn't like about your article was the 'must be a delight for higher handicappers' bit. As a golf writer, you're not really expected to take a condescending tone like that. And no matter what you say I bet you're just a hack. Cheers!
2009-07-08 @ 09:09
Comment from: MKV to iPad [Visitor] Email
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The onyl thing I didn't like about your article was the 'must be a delight for higher handicappers' bit.
2010-06-09 @ 01:15
Comment from: matt [Visitor]
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Paspalum is NOT the grass of the future! I am a superintendent in south Florida on a course that was Bermuda and converted to Paspalum. The challenges we have is the old Bermuda takes over the Paspalum. Also the prediction that Paspalum is drought tolereant could NOT be more far from the truth, Paspalum loves water! The more we dry it out, the more the Bermuda takes over. Paspalum is a great surface when in good condition, but it takes several applications of fungicides through out the year to control leaf spot, dollar spot, and yellow patch. It is not the grass of the future! It costs too much money to maintain and takes too much water.
2012-02-29 @ 11:28

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