The soil water content (SWC) or soil moisture is the amount of water present in the soil available for plant growth. It influences plant growth, soil temperature, transport of chemicals, and groundwater recharge. One of the most widely used parameters for quantifying SWC is volumetric water content. In this trial, the Volumetric Water Content (VWC) was continuously measured with Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) probes connected to a datalogger from September through November 2017. Measurements were taken in plots watered to replace 50% of evapotranspiration (ET), effectively causing an irrigation deficit, and plots watered to replace 75% of ET, a well-watered turf. Applications of AquiMax Turf Pro increased VWC at both irrigation levels compared to the control.