Zoysia is a low maintenance type of grass that can be used in a wide range of climates, besides deserts and colder western locations. It is a member of the poa family, is deep-rooted, clumps, and holds it’s color well. Because of its fine blades, it usually is mown to three-quarters of an inch. Due to its durability, it is often used on municipal golf courses. One notable Zoysia grass course was the Olympic Course in Rio which played host to the 2016 games.