Scotts is a great source of generic turf advice. While expensive, the program will work if followed for most blade type grasses---perennial rye, bluegrass and fescue come to mind.
Its program is not suitable for managing bermuda given its demands for immediate, not long term release, of nitrogen and its dormant season.
And the link says nothing about skipping tilling the soil.
Here is a better link about bermuda grass growth in Georgia.
Note comments about mowing short with a reel type mower and extra summer fertilizer needs.
I just looked and the basic Scotts Turf Builder was not as expensive as I thought but still pricey over buying fertilizer without the pretty packaging. If you could use only the basic product, 30-3-3 NPK, you are looking at $40/month to feed bermuda during the growing season. At some points during the year you need more phosphourous and potassium than that I am guessing (soil test will tell) and you may need the weed prevention an insectiside additions.
Don't forget to factor in regular dethatching and aeration for bermuda.