Fixing hollow in lawn
I've just scarified and had hollow tining done. Will be top-dressing and overseeding this weekend. The hollow above is where you step onto the lawn, highlighted in red in the first picture.
Given the depth of the hollow I know it would be best to lift the turf and under-fill. What would be the best way to cut it with minimal obvious intrusion showing?
I'm a bit apprehensive though as I'd cut the edges out next to this to tidy it up and the turf wasn't exactly what I'd call willing in lifting out cleanly. I'd hate to give it a go and it end up being a disaster. Could top dressing this area quite a few times over the season be a safer bet even if it takes a while longer?