It is widely known that PGA great Phil Mickelson had an extensive practice area in his backyard growing up in San Diego that allowed him to hone his short game skills.
As fun as the sport of golf is, practicing can get a little boring. Unfortunately practice is the typically the only route to improvement. Shown below are some innovative practice solutions that we have designed for customers.
To alleviate this, Tour Greens designers often promote a "Practice and Play" concept. Using three hole locations and three tee boxes or chipping areas, our designers can simulate 9-hole course in your backyard. It makes practicing more fun and creates a backyard activity for friends, family and neighbors.
We installed this 90’ x 60 ‘ short game green with 6 foot chipping fringe and bunker for PGA Pro Blake Adams. He can prep the green so it rolls as fast as Augusta National or as slow as the carpet in his house to practice his putting or use the four tees that extend down the driving range between the pine trees to practice his approach shots. Read more…
This image shows a Tour Green practice green designed primarily to practice putting and one's short game. The hole is outfitted with two tee boxes for practicing chips and a sand bunker.
This 18 Hole Course features 5 Synthetic Putting Greens and 9 Tee Boxes. The par 68 course plays at 5,200 yards.