Absolutely. That is what I use it for. In the heavy clay here you can't run a moldboard as it just gums up. You have to have a revolving disc.....usually. But the problem with them is that they don't have much ability to penetrate, so you wind up with nothing more than surface scratching unless you make a half dozen trips over the field.
This type of mechanism digs deep and in the process cuts runners on bermuda which makes a new plant out of the otherwise runners. Wait a few days after you use it and come back with a harrow to smooth the tops off and you are good to go. If you did as I did, broadcast fert. and seed before you run the harrow over it. I did and have a nice fall stand of rye and the Bahia seeds have germinated for next years grazing.
There are all kinds of implements that have their specific purpose.