Traditional core aeration is time consuming and requires several steps to return turf to a playable surface. DryJect is a revolutionary service which, when added to your maintenance program, can reduce the need for core aerification and greatly amplify the benefits of sand amendments by distributing them into the ground more completely.
DryJect’s high-pressure, water-based injection system blasts aeration holes through the root zone to fracture the soil, while its patented vacuum technology simultaneously fills holes with amendment. Relieve compaction, increase water filtration, reach the root zone with oxygen and amend your soil all at the same time, leaving the surface smooth and playable.
The DryJect process is by far the most versatile aeration option in the industry. We have the ability to vary depth between 2-12 inches and our hole spacing between 2-6 inches apart. We are also able to inject a wide variety of soil amendments including Sand, Calcined Clays, OR any custom rootzone blend!
|Ranking #||Golf Course|
|1||Augusta National G.C. (Augusta, GA)|
|2||Pine Valley G.C. (Pine Valley, NJ)|
|4||Shinnecock Hills G.C. (Southampton, NY)|
|5||Merion G.C. – East (Ardmore, PA)|
|6||Oakmont C.C. (Oakmont, PA)|
|9||Winged Foot G.C. – West (Mamaroneck, NY)|
|13||Crystal Downs C.C. (Frankfort, MI)|
|...||Click to see more top 100 courses serviced by DryJect|
Daily fee public golf courses drastically benefit from the DryJect aeration process by limiting their closure windows down to virtually nothing. As we all know, time is money. When your golf course is closed for core aeration and greens' recovery, your clubhouse is not making money!
“We host around 200 rounds a day. But when we used to pull plugs we lost about 50% of those rounds for seven to 10 days, and discounted the remaining rounds over 25% during that time. I figured the net loss of revenue was from $35,000 to $48,000, depending on how fast the greens healed. Since we started using the DryJect service, we don’t lose that income because we don’t have to advertise the course has been aerated and we don’t have to discount rounds. The putting surface is beautiful the day after we DryJect.”
Deep Cliff Golf Course, Cupertino, CA, General Manager John Montalbano
The same benefits that turf managers seek on their golf course putting greens are found when DryJect is used on athletic turf! Field managers across the globe use DryJect to increase water infiltration, relieve compaction and enhance root growth.
DryJect has the ability to discretely inject many custom soil amendments into the rootzone. One very popular product is Profile Field & Fairway. Profile is a porous ceramic clay that is a perfect balance of water holding capacity, air space, and solids.
Owner of Turf Time West since 1997 - servicing the turf industry in the Southwest states with Drill and Fill, Deep Tine, Root Pruning, and Topdressing. Larry Graduated from Iowa State in 1979 and began his drilling career years ago across the country in Florida.
Turfgrass Science Graduate of Rutgers University 2010. Began working for DryJect Corporate in Pennsylvania in 2013. Prior to DryJect aeration specialty, Will was doing commercial golf course aeration and head groundskeeper for Minor League Baseball Teams.
Turf Managers across the industry are hands (and eyes)-on folks, we want you to experience how our process works; and most importantly, how to manage your turf post-DryJect aeration.
Contact us today and request that we sample our DryJect machines on your pesky putting green, problematic goalie box, compacted sideline areas, or even a trafficked area on your common lawn.