Turf

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Turf may refer to:

  • Grass, either natural or artificial, including:
    • Sod, the surface layer of ground consisting of a mat of grass and grass roots, sometimes used as a construction material
    • Lawn, an area of grass maintained for decorative or recreational use
    • Golf course turf and other manicured sporting greens
    • Artificial turf, a man-made surface manufactured from synthetic materials, made to look like natural grass
  • Peat used for fuel
  • Slang for territory, or area of jurisdiction or influence, particularly of gangs (see turf war) and as exercised by a unit within a bureaucracy
  • Turf (comics), a number of comics-related items
  • A colloquialism for the world of horse racing

TURF may refer to:

  • TURF Analysis, a statistical method (acronym for total unduplicated reach and frequency)

See also[edit]

  • Turf Hotel, a public house at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham, Wales
  • Turf Tavern, a public house in Oxford, England
  • Turf war, a territorial war between street gangs