Creeping Bentgrass

  • Excellent Winter Hardiness
  • Cool Weather Color Retention and Spring Green-Up
  • Known for its Dollar Spot Resistance
  • Ranked #1 for Copper Spot Resistance in NTEP Trials
  • Seeded on Hundreds of Courses Around the World
  • Greens
  • Tees & Fairways
  • Roughs, Bunker Surrounds
  • Out of Play Areas

L-93 Creeping Bentgrass


L-93 graces the greens, tees, and fairways of top golf courses nationally as well as internationally. Its reputation for being dense and aggressive, along with its dollar spot resistance, has made L-93 a world-renowned name in creeping bentgrasses.




Ideally Suited for Use on Greens, Tees, and Fairways: —It is widely adapted for use across North America from the cool, temperate regions to the transition zones in the Midwest and Southern U.S. L‐93 is an ideal choice in Europe, South America, Australia, Asia and the Pacific Rim.


Adapts Well to a Wide Range of Mowing Heights: (1/8– 3/16” or 3.2‐4.8 mm on greens) for excellent playability on greens, tees or fairways.


Tried & True: —In addition to being seeded on countless working golf courses, L‐93 has also been in put through its paces in numerous research trials around the world. Jacklin Research has compiled data on L‐93 and so have several independent researchers in various agronomic trials.

New Seeding (per 1,000 sq. ft.)
1-2 lbs.
Interseeding (per 1,000 sq. ft.)
2-4 lbs.
Aggressive Growth
Disease Tolerant