Which products do you recommend for backyard putting greens?Our backyard putting greens and indoor golf greens benefit from synthetic grass products that are state-of-the-art. Built to provide a performance worthy of natural grass greens, SYNLawn Golf delivers the highest quality. When you choose an artificial putting green from SYNLawn, you can expect several things. That includes a consistent ball roll, minimal off-line deviation, and natural slow down every time. The list below will tell you about our incredible golf putting surfaces, and why they are your best options. You may also be interested in learning about other great golf-related products such as our practice golf mats. At SYNLawn, our golf training aids will help take your game to another level.
Turf recommended for backyard putting greens and indoor golf greens:The following products were rated in order according to the best performance in putting.
- SYNLawn Precision Putt – Offering golfers the same level of performance expected from a professional golf course. This synthetic putting green delivers the most realistic experience available. It is made using 100% Nylon fibers in summer green for a natural appearance that will last years to come in all climates — recommended for the advanced golfer for consistent putting and chips.
- SYNLawn Classic Putt – SYNLawn Classic Putt is an all around artificial turf for your backyard golf green offering consistent putting, short chips and accurate pitch shots under 50 yards. Our most popular synthetic putting green grass not just because of its natural appearance, but also due to consistent performance and natural ball roll characteristics.
- SYNLawn Classic Pitch – SYNLawn Classic Pitch is an upgraded version of our SYNLawn Classic Putt. Although, the two synthetic putting green products are similar in construction and yarn type, with this style being taller in height and heavier in face weight. An excellent product for the intermediate golfer seeking consistent ball roll for putting and durability for chip shots.
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