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What the Experts Are Saying About SeaDwarf™

"We've used the paspalum elsewhere – during our recent renovation at Galveston Country Club on the Texas coast, for example – and we're convinced this is the wave of the future ... It allows golf courses to forgo potable water supplies for its irrigation, and the paspalum tolerates salt water. The new dwarf strains of paspalum provide an outstanding playing surface."

Jim Hardy, co-designer of the golf course at Hammock Bay Golf & Country Club in Naples, Florida, as published by cybergolf.com. Hammock Bay is grassed tee-to-green and in the roughs with SeaDwarf™ Seashore Paspalum

"It's a beautiful grass, our golf course amenities guys really like it, also it doesn't require as much irrigation."

Tony Acri, land development project manager for developer WCI, on putting SeaDwarf™ Seashore Paspalum on the golf course and landscaped berm at Tuscany Reserve in Naples, Florida, in the February 2004 issue of Landscape Construction & Maintenance magazine

"It's a great grass."

Chuck Collins, agronomist and former golf course superintendent at Galveston Country Club, Galveston Island, Texas.

"We support 35,000 rounds of golf per year, most of that coming from November to April. I have struggled with those south greens for five years because of the shade, water and traffic issues. Since we put in the SeaDwarf™ , this has been my best season."

Ed Miller, golf course superintendent at Quail Ridge Country Club in Boynton Beach, Florida, to Turf News magazine in the March 2004 issue. Miller recently regrassed a 25-year-old course with Seashore Paspalum using SeaDwarf™ on all 18 greens, plus a chipping green and a putting green.

"We're so happy with it, it's unbelievable. The first three holes, the ones that have been established the longest ... we're thrilled."

Jim Hardy, Jacobsen Hardy Golf Course Design, to the Naples Daily News, September 21, 2003, in an interview about SeaDwarf™ installed on his new golf course Hammock Bay Golf & Country Club

"I think you get a quicker grow-in. It's grown in 100 percent in over two months."

Rodney Whisman, superintendent at Hammock Bay Golf & Country Club, to Superintendent Magazine, October 2003, in an interview about the SeaDwarf™ on his course

"When you plant a sprig of Bermuda grass, it might sit there for a week to 10 days before you really see some growth to come out of it. But with this, the growth is immediate."

Scott Hamm, WCI project manager for Hammock Bay Golf & Country Club, to Superintendent Magazine, October 2003, in an interview about the SeaDwarf™ on his course

"It uptakes nitrogen so much more efficiently than Bermuda."

Tim Daniel, superintendent at Crown Colony Golf & Country Club, to Golfweek's Super News, April 5, 2002, in an interview about the SeaDwarf™ on his greens

"I think we are going to set a new standard with this turfgrass, with playability and environmental stewardship."

Steve Spaugh, vice president of operations for Crown Colony Golf & Country Club, to Golfweek's Super News, April 5, 2002, in an interview about the SeaDwarf™ on his greens