Indoor putting greens come in a wide variety of styles.
For simple indoor putting greens, there are many options. Perhaps the easiest option is to lay the synthetic turf directly on the flooring and utilize holes that do not require cores (shown below). These types of indoor greens can often be installed by carpet laying professionals and offer a very cost effective alternative for those looking for a basic putting surface.
For more sophisticated indoor putting greens, our designers will typically utilize pre-molded, snap-together tiles or custom shaped polystyrene sections to develop a contoured base for the green. Core holes are drilled into the foam or tile and the synthetic turf is applied. The result is a more realistic putting green with regulation cups and the possibility of contours and undulations.
For those with enough room and the desire to practice more than just putting, Tour Greens' SofTrak short game greens are an ideal alternative. Many colleges and practice facilities utilize these greens along with a variety of hitting turfs so that golfers can practice year round. Bases are constructed with molded plastics and foams instead of soil and stone, but these greens still utilize our short game turf and RQS infill system.
The practice facility below features greens for practicing putting and chipping as well as hitting turf and nets for longer shots.
Tour Greens portable putting greens fit into almost any room and can be assembled in minutes. Multiple sizes are available and all greens are constructed from two nylon synthetic turf products designed to simulate both putting and chipping surfaces.
Learn more about our Portable Putting Greens.