Outdoor Putting Greens
Tour Greens Outdoor Putting Greens are designed for putting and chipping practice, simulating the look, feel and performance of real bent grass greens. Tour Greens Greenville can design outdoor putting greens systems with unique breaks and undulations, custom green speeds, and different cuts of fringe and rough to create the perfect practice green for your home or business.
The Outdoor Putting Green System
Tour Greens' Outdoor Putting Greens offer the ultimate surface from mastering your putting stroke. With custom sizes, the Outdoor Putting Green system is ideal for areas where space does not accommodate inbound wedge or iron shots, or if your application does not require it.
Tour Greens Outdoor Putting Greens:
- Receive shots from 15 yards in
- Provide a smooth, consistent putting surface with true ball roll
- Customizable surface speeds
- Require virtually no maintenance
True Ball Roll and Customizable Green Speeds
Each putting surface is designed to look and feel like a healthy, well-maintained bent grass green. Balls roll true and consistent throughout the green, and well struck chip shots will check up. The putting surface can be customized to match your preferred speed, whether you want to match your home course or the lightning fast greens on the Tour.
Virtually Maintenance Free
Tour Greens Outdoor Putting Greens require no daily maintenance. Just use a broom or leaf blower to keep the surface clear from debris and/or seedlings as needed.
Tour Greens Greenville has extensive experience with Tour Greens advanced turf systems. With Tour Greens Total Service, you can rest easy that your Outdoor Putting Green will perform at optimal levels for years to come.
Two Base Options
Nylon Putting Green Over Compacted Stone
Similar to our Short Game Green and Par 3 Green systems, the Outdoor Putting Green employs a multi-layer base and utilizes a dense nylon turf instead of the polypropylene blend, requiring only half as much infill.
Nylon Putting Green Over Concrete
Tour Greens Outdoor Putting Greens can also be affixed to a concrete base using an adhesive. Green and black top dressing is added to enhance natural look and putting green performance.