SEASIDE IIbentgrass

Seaside II Creeping Bentgrass can be irrigated with water sources containing salt content as high as 15,000 ppm and a pH of 7.5 - 8.5, and it also demonstrates resistance to dollar spot. Seaside II Creeping Bent grass has a medium-fine blade and produces a dense stand of grass, for high-quality playing surfaces on greens, tees, and fairways. Its aggressive growth characteristic allows Seaside II bent grass variety to compete well with invading species like Poa annua. Seaside II is often chosen for coastal golf courses, where sea spray is a problem for other varieties of bentgrass.


  • Bred for salt and drought tolerance
  • Low fertility requirements
  • Tolerates salt levels up to 15,000 ppm

Courses with Seaside II

Old Head Golf Links
County Cork, Ireland
Paul O'Mahony, superintendent
Putting Quality: “I've had turf professionals visit and I've asked them to identify the grass, and the answer that I've been given, well, it's either an A or a G, so I think the answer is right there.”

The Club at Strawberry Creek
Kenosha, WI
Matt Kregel, superintendent
Turf Performance: “Seaside II has performed very well in my fairways. If I would have spec'ed out the grasses on this course, I would have continued the use of Seaside II on my tee surfaces, because I like it that much.”