Hybrid bermuda is a warm season grass that is grown predominantly in the southern United States. Bermuda grass prefers to be mowed short--it is common to see it mowed as short as 1/4 inch on golf courses. Typical homes have Bermuda grass mowed between 1/2 inch and 2 inches. As for mowing equipment, most people use standard rotary lawn mowers to mow Bermuda grass, however, if you have access to a reel mower, you will receive a nicer cut.
Set the cutting height of the lawn mower between 1/2-inch and 2 inches. The cutting height depends on your preference.
Mow your grass by pushing the lawn mower over your grass. Walk back and forth in parallel paths to get the best cut.
Mow your Bermuda grass every 5 to 7 days so that you aren't removing more than one-third of the grass blade in any given mowing.
Alternate your cutting direction each mowing to prevent your grass from laying down in one direction.
Leave the clippings on the lawn. They decompose and add valuable nitrogen to the lawn.