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Triple Crown® Golf Insecticide

There's No Competing With This Level of Control

Triple Crown® Golf (RUP) is the singular solution that combines fast knockdown, lasting residual and broad spectrum insect control with multiple modes of action. By eliminating the need to tank mix multiple products to control above- and below-ground pests, Triple Crown helps save time, money and shelf space.

Quick Facts

  • Fourth-generation pyrethroid that is four times more potent than cypermethrin.
  • Unique subsurface activity to uncover and kill below-ground threats.
  • Long-lasting residual

Active ingredients

  • Zeta-Cypermethrin
  • Bifenthrin
  • Imidacloprid

Product Overview

Triple Crown® Golf insecticide features a triple-action formulation for fast-acting, long-lasting, broad-spectrum control of above- and below-ground pests. With an advanced suspo-emulsion formula that combines the trusted performance of bifenthrin and imidacloprid plus the speed of zeta-cypermethrin, Triple Crown controls over 30 pests, including ants, red Imported fire ants, mole crickets, masked chafer grubs (Northern and Southern), European chafer grubs, chinch bugs, annual bluegrass weevils, ticks, mites, armyworms, cutworms, sod webworms and billbugs.

Triple Crown Golf insecticide works through contact, translaminar and systemic activity – making it a valuable tool against sucking pests that feed on a plant’s vascular system, as well as foliar-feeding insects. Triple Crown can also be used on sod farms and landscape ornamentals via broadcast lawn and landscape and mound treatments. As a singular solution of three active ingredients and two modes of action, Triple Crown Golf insecticide eliminates the need to tank mix multiple insecticides – saving time, money and storage space.

Note: Triple Crown Golf insecticide is a Restricted Use Product (RUP).


  • Annual Bluegrass Weevils
  • Masked Chafer
  • Japanese Beetles
  • White Grubs
  • Bluegrass Billbugs
  • Chinch Bugs
  • Mole Crickets
  • Fire Ants


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