Practice your short game at any given moment using indoor putting greens.
In case you're pondering installing an indoor putting surface in your house or workplace, here are answers to some of the most frequent questions we receive.
WHY SPEND MONEY ON AN INDOOR PUTTING GREEN?
Indoor putting greens and practice mats are great ways for any Southern California golfer looking to keep practicing, rain or shine, day or night. Using indoor greens, you can easily spend lots of time refining your putting precision to cut your handicap.
WHERE CAN I INSTALL AN INDOOR GREEN?
We’re regularly asked this very question. With a practice mat or indoor putting green, you can have it in your home, office, or cellar — the choices are many! The initial thing you need to understand is whether this will be a always fixed piece or if you want something you can have on the go.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN INDOOR GREEN AND A PUTTING KIT?
An indoor putting green is afixed directly over the subbase. The synthetic turf is added to the floor to endure for years to come. You can also incorporate border grass and chipping areas to have a wonderful indoor golfing experience if room allows.
Meanwhile, a practice mat or putting kit is a portion of grass that can be packed away and carried on the go. It can fundamentally be rolled out on any floor everywhere and simply packs up.
WHAT AFFECTS THE INDOOR PUTTING GREEN COST?
Haven’t we all been surprised by a price that forces ask the question, “why does it cost so much?!” We prefer to stay forward of that query and be clear regarding what goes into making our indoor putting greens. Here is a breakdown for you.
Base Materials & Site Preparation
While the base materials and site prep will be minimal for an indoor putting green in comparison with what is needed for outdoors, there still needs to be a structurally sound base. If the grass will lay over concrete, the cups may be required to be bored or drilled out.
Features, Size, and Design
One of the major elements that goes into an indoor putting green cost is the size, design, and special features. Elements like custom shapes and multi-cup characteristics will be the most significant factor in how much your particular turf will cost.
Number of Cuts
The number of cuts your turf requires, will vary based on where you are going to put the turf. If there are in the way that can’t be moved (like support beams or walls), you might need more cuts than a standard square. Turf could also be cut into curves for a out of the ordinary look.
Synthetic golf greens require a high level of mastery for design and installation. Since our introduction in the golf industry in 1996, Southwest Greens has truly perfected the art of golf construction. We have great pride in building attractive grass, regardless of the size.
HOW MUCH DOES AN INDOOR PUTTING GREEN COST?
If you desire an synthetic green that’s a fixed part of your house, the installation will be greater than a practice mat or putting kit. Indoor putting green installation pricing will be a larger investment but quite worth it in the long term. Our putting green costs hover from $20 to $25 per square foot, but asking for an estimate is the way to discover just how much your particular project will be.