The Tour Greens' Short Game Green represents the evolution of the synthetic golf green. It truly brings the look and feel of a PGA golf course to your backyard, practice facility or resort. With the performance of a natural bent grass putting surface, Tour Greens Short Game Greens provide the golfer with the ability to improve every aspect of his/her short game with minimum maintenance and maximum convenience.
Unlike most artificial surfaces, a Tour Greens putting green will actually hold a shot, just like a natural grass green! When chipping onto the green, the ball will check up. With backspin, you can even make a ball stop or back up. It’s amazing!
But the most unbelievable thing about a Tour Greens putting green from Tour Greens is the way a ball rolls on it, and this you simply have to see to believe. The ball will roll true and at an even pace, at fast or slow stimp speeds.
To simulate the look, feel and performance of a natural grass golf green, Tour Greens' Short Game Green utilizes an innovative synthetic turf made with fibrillated polypropylene fibers and our proprietary RQS™ Infill System. This advanced technology combined with our proven installation process allows us to create greens that accept approach shots and chips like a natural grass green while still providing the smooth roll for practicing putting.
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|Image: Tiered Short Game Green with extensive chipping and sand trap built into an existing hill.|
When you work with Tour Greens, you benefit from our years of experience in designing and installing “Tour Quality” putting greens. Each putting green is built by certified Tour Greens installers and designed to satisfy your specific goals. The installation process is an exact one that results in a satisfied customer every time.
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Having a Tour Greens' Short Game Green is the perfect solution for any golfer who doesn’t have much time. Not only do you get the convenience of being able to practice your short game whenever you want, but you won’t have to spend all your time mowing, watering, and fertilizing. Learn more about Synthetic Golf Green Maintenance.