Sunday Ultra-Dwarf Bermudagrass is a unique greens grass selected from Cotton Creek Golf Club in South Alabama in 2007. Selected for its dense growth canopy, lighter color, and reduced seed heads, Sunday originated from an undefined Bermuda green at Cotton Creek Golf Club, known in the region as “Cotton Creek Dwarf.” Genetic stability is a key feature for a successful putting green, and Sunday has proven to be stable for more than 25 years. The variety, referred to as C-1 after its initial selection, has been protected and isolated from commercial use until genetic stability could be established. Contributors to the selection include R.C. Craft, Robert Craft, John Chapman, and Burr Johnson. John Chapman is the primary developer of the grass and has been working in the golf and turf industry for over 30 years.