Adding a backyard golf green can be a great way to practice your golf swing and the intricacies of your putting stroke, whether you’re a serious golfer or still learning the game. But just how much will it cost? That depends on a number of factors. Overall, recreational projects cost somewhat more than installing artificial grass lawns because the projects are more complex.Read More
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Wouldn’t you rather have your own outing green? Sure, it can be fun to visit with the guys (or gals) when you head to the club or driving range to get in some short game practice. But, if you’re a serious golfer, you go there to sharpen your skills so you can cut strokes. It takes concentration, not conversation, to do that.
Ah, Indian summer . . . that delicious extension of seasonal sun and warmth that eases us into fall at a gentle pace. The kids may be back in school, and we’re even seeing a few leaves starting to turn, but there is still plenty of time to get in more golf. And that’s a good thing. Especially if you have an artificial grass lawn.Read More
One of the most popular uses for artificial turf is to create an at-home putting green. And why not? Yes, golf greens require specialized types of grass to provide proper flexibility and ball roll, but that’s why Heavenly Greens offers multiple types of turf designed especially to meet these standards. You can create a putting green for family fun or one that will challenge you every time you step up to the ball.Read More
Not so many years ago, the only people who had personalized putting greens on their own property were professional golfers or wealthy individuals who loved the game and just couldn’t get enough of it. With the advent of specialized artificial turf, however, almost anyone with a backyard can now practice their short game at home.Read More
If you’re old enough, you may remember an old advertising slogan that said, “Better living through chemistry.” It’s unlikely that anyone at the time associated that slogan with artificial grass. And yet, today, advances in chemistry and technology have transformed the old, original AstroTurf into a panoply of beautifully realistic synthetic turf products, specifically formulated for different uses.Read More
Bob Hope once said, “If you watch a game, it's fun. If you play it, it's recreation. If you work at it, it's golf.” Only the most serious players know that the game of golf is an investment in oneself, whether it’s for the social outlet or the exercise. The great thing about golf is that it’s always in season, and the time is always right for getting in a little putting practice, especially when you own a home putting green. (Heavenly Greens can help you with that issue, but more about that later.)Read More
Many people think of backyard putting greens as a luxury they can't afford. To the contrary, installing a backyard putting green has several benefits. The investment in your property alone will more than cover any financial cost. Add to the equation, the element of aesthetics a putting green adds to your landscape and you have a great way to not only help improve your game, but you will also add value and style to your property.Read More
Homeowners who enjoy golfing and want to practice but don't have time to make it to the course or putting range on a regular basis may choose to install a backyard putting range. Depending on their level of skill, the will want to choose a design that encourages improvement or helps them to maintain their current level of ability. Landscape companies that install artificial turf will have many different backyard putting green designs on hand to choose from.Read More
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Avid golfers are always looking for ways to improve their golf game. Whether it be through spending ours at the golf course, playing through the links or the driving range where they can practice various shots over and over again. The main drawback to this is the cost and amount of time wasted going to and from the golf course. The ideal solution is to create your own golf green in your very own back yard.
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