Legacy Sod for any Athletic Field
Sod for your Baseball Field, Football Field, Golf Course, and More
- Specify the soil type you need for your project. Choose from sandy loam to mild clay soil.
- Tahoma 31 is maintained at .500 HOC.
- Can be mowed as low as .125 HOC
- Sod is available on pallets or on a 42" big roll.
- Choose from Premium Bermuda Tahoma 31, Bermuda 419, or our other zoysia varieties.
One on One
- With you each step of the way: Our dedicated sales team keeps you updated on your sod order.
- Ask about our 24 hours concierge service for streamlined delivery service: your sod spends only a short amount of time out of the field before it gets installed in the ground.
8 of the top 10 golf clubs
in Atlanta use and trust Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass
One on One Personal Service
- With you each step of the way: Our dedicated sales team keeps you updated on your sod order every step of the way.
- Ask about our 24-48 hours concierge service for streamlined delivery service: Your sod spends only a short amount of time out of the field before it gets installed in the ground.
8 of the Top 10 Golf Clubs in Atlanta use and trust Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass
- The Honors Course -
- The Standard Club
- Indian Hills
- Big Canoe Golf
- Bridgemill Athletic
- St. Ives Country Club -
- And More...
The preferred choice for professional athletes, collegiate and youth athletics, alike:
- NFL, Philadelphia
Eagles, "The Linc" Lincoln
- NFL, Chicago Bears,
- Los Angeles Dodgers,
- Anaheim Angels,
- Site of the 2022 MLB
- University of Arkansas
- Indiana University,
Men’s Soccer Field
- TEAM USA Softball
Hall of Fame
No other hybrid Bermuda has faster grow-in or better divot recovery than Tahoma 31.
Our Standard for Excellence
Excellence Is Grown From
The Ground Up
#1 in turf grass quality since 1999.
Our reputation has been built by ALWAYS doing the “Right Thing.”
Family-owned and operated for over 23 years. Our team makes it their personal mission to meet your expectations.
The critical component to any well-orchestrated project.
Golf Course Superintendents in Atlanta say...