Artificial grass is a highly versatile and adaptable material, demonstrated by the many different uses it can provide, both inside and outside. Increasingly, more and more people are recognising this and are taking advantage of the benefits that it has to offer. It’s easy to install and offers simple and straightforward maintenance. Therefore, it isn’t hard to see why artificial grass is becoming a more creative fixture in domestic gardens.
One of the more popular and creative DIY uses for artificial grass has been to build a putting green in the garden. Artificial grass surfaces are easy to handle, and the softness of the grass makes it a safer option to play on. Transforming gardens into a sports paradise is becoming more common for both golf lovers and parents alike – and it doesn’t have to break the bank either!
Artificial Grass have surfaces which are designed specifically to allow a smooth ball roll. Having an artificial putting green in your garden is easy to maintain as it doesn’t require any cutting, feeding or weeding and provides an all year round putting surface.
With the Open Championship having just finished your ‘inner golfer’ might be inspired to take up a few rounds, so here’s our easy guide on how to create your very own putting green:
- Choose your design
- Prepare your surface
- Install grass/holes
At GPH, we are an official stockist for Artificial Grass and have recently increased the amount of stock we have, including now 2m wide rolls, as well as the standard 4m wide rolls.
Why not pop in to one of our branches today. You can order from Inverurie, Westhill, Stonehaven or Ellon.