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Indoor Synthetic Grass Putting Greens

By Edited Mar 29, 2014 0 0

Indoor putting greens were once basically green carpet with a standard cup but modern indoor synthetic grass putting greens have come a long way.

An indoor artificial putting green or synthetic putting green is one of the best ways to invest in the game you love. Modern synthetic grass can be designed with the stimp rating of a natural golf turf. The stimp of a green is a measurement of how fast the green is and the higher the stimp, the faster the green. A wide range of indoor synthetic grass putting greens are available whether for home use or for commercial areas and whether you have a small office or a large warehouse it is a great way of impressing clients and breaking the ice before business.

Indoor Home Putting Greens Improve Your Game and are Always Available

Every golfer knows that when your swing lets you down, putting can save your score. This means that practicing your putting is a great way to lower your handicap. With your own indoor practice putting green you can take a few minutes out of your day to practice or a few hours when there is nothing else to do. It can also be used for entertaining friends and family when they visit.

Golf is an outdoor game mainly played in summer but with your indoor synthetic putting green you can practice every day regardless of rain, snow or wind, and can practice at any time of the day or night on a surface that behaves like natural turf. Another benefit is not having to travel and not having any of the maintenance problems of real turf.

Synthetic Grass Putting Greens Require Minimal Maintenance

Synthetic grass requires almost no maintenance at all while natural turf putting greens require watering, mowing, fertilizing and pest control. An artificial putting green looks like real grass but will not fade and is engineered to be durable and strong so it will not wear out or disintegrate.

Indoor practice putting greens can be maintained by removing any dirt or debris from the green with a broom or a vacuum. The dirt can only come from people's footwear so this should not be required very often. If it looks dirty you could give it the occasional pressure washing although this should be a rare event.

Cost of Indoor Putting Greens

Putting greens come in a range of shapes and sizes. You can have one custom built, buy a kit or build your own. The kits are easy to assemble and you can get contour pads which can create right-to-left or left-to-right breaks on the playing surface. The more expensive indoor putting greens come with foam backings and motorized adjustable breaks to increase the challenge of the game. Prices range from $99 to $5,000 depending on what you want.

A synthetic grass indoor putting green can add value to a residential property. Not only are they environmentally friendly but they provide fun and entertainment for the whole family as well as improve your golf game by enabling you to practice every day.

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