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Technically, anyone can install a putting green. However, not everyone can install a putting green correctly. Learn what to search for when finding a qualified team for artificial putting green installation.
Even experienced artificial grass installers can run into issues when installing putting greens for the first time. We recommend finding an installer that’s experienced and knowledgeable. If the person installing your putting green isn’t offering the following things, we recommend looking elsewhere:
Putting Green Portfolio
When looking for an installer specifically for putting greens, make sure their website features a portfolio with a range of putting green projects. This shows you that they have done enough of these projects to have an understanding of the process. This doesn’t always mean that they will do a quality job, but with more experience comes more expertise.
Understanding Of The Process
When you and your installer are discussing putting greens, make sure they are knowledgeable about the additional steps and measures that need to be taken when doing a project of this kind. If they are unaware of basic terms or seem unsure of what they’re pitching to you, this should be a red flag. Your installer doesn’t need to golf themselves, but they at least need to have the basic knowledge required to produce the best results.
Option To Customize
It’s also important that the installer takes the time to understand what you’re looking for with your putting green. These projects are entirely customizable. From the shape, size, and speed of the turf. Obstacles can even be installed for an added challenge. So if an installer is pitching you a generic putting green with no customizations, it’s probably best to find someone else to install. Have a putting green that fits your game style will be vital.
Make sure that your installer uses quality materials for your project. You want this investment to last, so take some time to research and find materials that are of high quality and make sense for your project. This will also help you better understand the pricing. If they’re charging a high price for low-quality materials...Run.
We hope these tips help you make the right decision when choosing an installer for your putting green project. To save yourself the hassle of looking for a professional team, check out our putting green portfolio here, and let's get started today!