"We have been transiting our greens to fescue for around 8 years now. Being a links golf course, we wanted to use a fescue species that was resilient to a high salt environment whilst creating a dense and nitrogen-efficient playing surface. Shoreline with its mixture of slenders has helped us progress to a fescue dominant sward"
"Here at Tandridge, we’ve been overseeding our fairways with Ultrafine 100 for a few years now. The three stand-out ryegrass cultivars offer our members and visitors, tightly mown playing surfaces with a high wear tolerance and expectational visual and dense appearance."
"Our ongoing supplier agreement with Barenbrug for grass seed is valued. We always strive for the best, and the quality of product and support we receive is second to none in my opinion.”
Officially recognised as one of the finest Championship courses...
Officially recognised as one of the finest Championship courses in the north of England, Fairhaven Golf Club offers golfers of all handicaps a beautiful place to play golf. Home to professional golf since 1934, Fairhaven has all the characteristics of a traditional links course and is immaculately kept from tee to green, allowing year-round golf.
The playing experience at the Old Course has to be second to none...
The playing experience at the Old Course has to be second to none. Whether you’re an Open Champion, an R&A member, a yearly ticket holder, or one of our many domestic or overseas visitors, it should be the experience of a lifetime.
"We have used Barenbrug’s Ultrafine 100 mix for a few years now, the ryegrass blend offers high wear tolerance when tightly mown, but still fits in aesthetically on a links course. The product has really helped maintain a consistent grass flow around the course, mainly used on walkways and high traffic pinch-points and it does a fantastic job.
"We have been using the Ultrafine 60 on our tees for a while now. With modern levels of play, we find the element of ryegrass in the mix gives fantastic recovery and resilience without any drop in performance."