Golf Course Hydroseeding Training

We help course managers and greenkeepers to unlock the benefits of hydroseeding.

Greenkeeper and Groundsman Training

Hydro App Systems provide a complete start-up and training package to golf courses across the UK. Our training programs are specifically designed for greenkeepers. Our courses allow greens teams to unlock the benefits of high quality hydroseeding in all areas of the course.

Our programs focus on the use of Profiles Product’s Golf range, which is regarded as the best in the world. The Profile Golf range is trusted by course architects, builders and superintendents. The course is suitable for a wide array of construction, renovation and maintenance needs. Installed correctly, these revolutionary products will prove invaluable in delivering the very highest standards in course presentation.

The advantages of golf course hydro seeding include:

  • Faster germination when compared to conventional seeding
  • The slurry mixture protects the seed in difficult conditions
  • Superior seed to soil contact for better establishment and washout protection
  • Prevents erosion and protects against wind and water in exposed areas
  • Even seed distribution of size and type – perfect for wildflower or species rich areas
  • Soil stabilisation on bunkers, pond edges, banks and along watercourses
  • Provides unrivaled erosion control
  • Optimal durability for bunkers and greens when used in combination with Futerra TRM
  • More cost effective than turf
  • 100% organic and biodegradable
  • Ideal for steep banks or inaccessible areas

Why use hydroseeding on a golf course?

Hydroseeding is a fast and cost effective way of laying grass compared to turf, so golf courses can get ready for play quickly and cheaply. It’s easy to apply the grass slurry to the slopes on a golf course too, so you can easily seed hard to reach areas on a regular basis.

What grass seeds do golf courses use?

Chewings fescue and slender creeping red fescue are the primary types of grass seeds utilised on golf courses.

These species have shown excellent performance when nitrogen is applied at low or moderate levels. Also, due to their lower susceptibility to diseases, incorporating these grasses may lead to a decreased dependence on fungicides in golf course maintenance.