On another note make sure if your grass is going brown that it is water related. We have been hit with a fungus called dollar spot in some of our rough areas. Because of time and budget constraints we are not able to treat the entire course with a fungicide. So we monitor it carefully and depending on where it is. (for example tee banks are usually not in play) and how severe it gets we do not treat. It very seldom totally kills turf, but it can make it look pretty bad, and if not properly identified could be mistaken as drought damage. It is also a very common fungus. So I would not be surprised if you found it on your front yard.
Hang in there, it is suppose to get down to 85 by Monday
|its going to be one of those hot summer days.!!!!!! stay cool|
|Dollar spot by two tee|
|If you notice cottony growth, that tells you it is caused by a fungus.|