As artificial putting greens in backyards become more common, people want to know how to design synthetic putting greens.
In my opinion, it’s certainly not a weekend project for the do-it-yourselfer. We have EasyTurf putting green design specialists who look at every project as a unique project. There is no “cookie-cutter” design for an EasyTurf putting green.
The first step in designing your putting green is surveying your available space. Our meticulous home putting green design specialists visit your home and visualize a backyard putting green with moguls, undulations, elevations, rolling hill sides and more. The backyard synthetic putting green design is determined most often on the first day of the artificial putting green installation.
Sometimes EasyTurf backyard putting green design consultants have the perfect amount of slope where the ball will move naturally after the base materials have been compacted. This creates a practice putting green where there is no need to have forced movement within the home practice green. Having said that, EasyTurf backyard putting green design specialists do normally prefer to add some additional character along the apron, or collar, to maximize the visual appeal of the synthetic practice putting green. If the backyard putting green area yard is flat and the customer does not want a “pool table” finish, then EasyTurf home putting green designers thrive with creative license.
While paying very close attention to slope and grade, EasyTurf backyard putting green specialists can design bunkers, hazards, bulkheads and more. They can focus on back lip placement in relation to all the synthetic putting green features and the ultra-realistic simulated bent grass backyard putting green surface.
Putting green installations take a degree of expertise found not just through knowledge, but years of experience. Our EasyTurf practice putting green design professionals not only have years of experience, but are also considered landscape experts. They’ll incorporate your putting green naturally into your outdoor living spaces.
The design and installation process is pretty cool when you have the chance to see it from start to finish. If you’re interested in your own private green to work on your short game, visit www.easyturf.com for more information.