During the winter, grass takes a beating from the weather and can be churned up when the ground is soft under foot. Heavy traffic areas, such as paths and tees, would benefit from synthetic turf being installed instead of the real thing. Fake grass could be particularly useful on smaller courses that are played more intensively. Plastic turf is hard wearing and can withstand a large footfall. An additional benefit of artificial grass is less mud on golfers’ shoes, which means a cleaner clubhouse. In summer, greens take a lot of watering to keep them in perfect condition. Artificial golf greens take away that need for constant attention as they remain in playable condition with minimum maintenance.
In addition to greens and tees on the main golf course, artificial grass is a popular choice for practice greens and mini golf courses as it gives a natural look but can be played all year round, whatever the weather. Of course, as synthetic grass is not real it doesn’t need watering or soil to grow. This means that it gives scope for indoor golf courses or practice greens that would be a great addition to a golf centre looking to extend it’s opening hours into the evening without restricting customers to the driving range.
Perfectly Green’s golf turf can be used in a variety of settings, including public golf courses, leisure centres and courses installed in private homes. We supply a range of artificial golfing grass. To enquire about artificial grass for golf, please contact us on 01825 729 259 or email to email@example.com.See our range of artificial grass for golf >