Introducing New Putting Greens

Being stuck at home, while necessary, can certainly be unpleasant. We’ve felt that it would be considerably more pleasant with a backyard putting green, so we wanted to give you a heads up on the newest putting grasses that we are making available. Our newest grasses utilize advancements in backing and material technology that allow for lighter, more flexible grasses while still maintaining superior product performance and tuft bind. You’ll see less degradation over the course of your grass’s lifetime, and it will be ready to stand up to even heavy use.

Whether it’s a putting green, bocce ball court, or batting cage you’re looking to install: Our newest grasses will be the solution.

Birdie Pro

If you’re a fan of sinking birdies; then boy, do we have the putting green for you. We’re proud to introduce Birdie Pro as one of our newest greens. It stands 14mm (.55in) high and is made from texturized polyethylene. It’s Triple layer primary backing and Green latex secondary backing make it a sturdy and attractive grass that will be perfect for any putting green, bocce ball, or batting cage application.

PG Tour

PG Tour is our first 100% American-made Putting Green. As American as Augusta, Pebble Beach, and apple pie. PG Tour features propriety ArmorLoc and Silverback backing technology that uses chemical properties to bind the yarn, resulting in an 88% higher tuft bind than traditional backing materials. This will help maximize the life and performance of the product and reduce the amount of degradation in the grass.

Your golf game may not have you on par for the PGA tour yet, but you can bring the PG TOUR right to your backyard.

We’re all dreaming about that first day back on the course, but you can make the meantime go by a little quicker (and keep your short game sharp) with either Birdie Pro or PG Tour in your backyard.

Looking to DIY and install yourself? We have all the information you need on our DIY page.

Take a peek at the installation process with this DIY Easy Install Guide to get an idea of what you can expect.
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Posted on April 14, 2020