Tifdwarf has been one of the most commonly used varieties for putting greens in the southeast for over 40 years.
There are many existing golf courses with greens planted in Tifdwarf but it is rarely used in new course construction due to the popularity of new ultradwarf grasses like MiniVerde. Tifdwarf is fine bladed, dark green in color and has good rooting capabilities. Like most bermudagrasses Tifdwarf requires aggressive cultural practices such as verticutting, aerifying and topdressing to control excessive thatch. Tifdwarf has the ability to handle low mowing heights as long as the above cultural practices are being performed regularly.
Tifdwarf is an excellent Grass Type but below you will find a comparison image to the MiniVerde.