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3m Indoor Golf Ball Practice Putting Mat Auto Return

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There's no doubt about it, having your own putting green in your back yard is a luxury. These avid golfers, with plenty of money to spare, can practice putting to their heart's content on their own green.Having the money to install one is only the fi...
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Specifications:


  • The golf green putting mat is your source for all of the best golf training available
  • A complete selection of golf trainers, including training aids specifically designed for your full swing, putting, alignment, tempo, fitness, swing path, grip, and short game
  • This mat rolls up easily for quick storage in the reusable box meaning you can practice anywhere, indoors or out
  • The putting surface also simulates grass for authentic feel and speed
  • Everyone needs to practice their putting and this putting green is just perfect
  • Gravity-fed ball return saves time, works both indoors and outdoors
  • Artificial turf surface behaves like real turf, with 2 holes
  • Executive putting practice in miniature
  • Material: Grass & Plastic
  • Size: 3m / 9.8ft (L)

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3m Indoor Golf Ball Practice Putting Mat Auto Return


  • A complete selection of golf trainers, including training aids specifically designed for your full swing, putting, alignment, tempo, fitness, swing path, grip, and short game

3m Indoor Golf Ball Practice Putting Mat Auto Return


  • This mat rolls up easily for quick storage in the reusable box meaning you can practice anywhere, indoors or out  

How to Choose a Home Putting Green:


  • There's no doubt about it, having your own putting green in your back yard is a luxury. These avid golfers, with plenty of money to spare, can practice putting to their heart's content on their own green.Having the money to install one is only the first step. One must decide where the putting green will be located, who will build it, and who will handle the never-ending responsibility for maintenance. Then there's the decision about whether it should have natural grass or synthetic fiber. That decision bears directly on both the cost and maintenance. These are the many decisions a person must make when building a home putting green
  • Understand that your putting green can be built to suit your taste. For example, if you would like to have a variety of "breaks," they will need to be considered when the earth beneath the green is prepared. The distance of the putts is purely a function of the size of your green, as is the number of holes your putting green contains
  • Decide between two types of putting greens that you can install. Real grass requires continuous maintenance, while synthetic grass needs much less attention. Purists will say that even the finest synthetic products simply do not have the "feel" of natural grass. But if you opt for synthetic because of lower maintenance, you should be able to find one that will both enhance the look of your property, and will improve your stroke
  • Don't be deceived that a putting green is little else than an area where the grass is kept really short. In fact, it's much more than that. An entire eco-system must be constructed. Good drainage is the most important factor because without it, the green will be useless much of the time because pools of water will form whenever it rains and the grass will die from disease. A good putting green needs to be built with drain pipes beneath the green's surface
  • Choose to build it yourself, or hire a company to do it for you. The former is quite a bit less expensive; however, if you choose the latter, your putting green will be built by professionals, and you are likely to be more satisfied with the its smoothness and contour. As the saying goes, "You get what you pay for
  • Select between two types of grass: creeping bent or bermuda. Depending on where you are located, some combination of the two grasses are recommended
  • Make sure that you have a minimum of one thousand square feet to install your putting green. That size will be enough for about four or five holes. Obviously, if you want to have more holes, you will need more space

Package Included:


  • 1 x Indoor Golf Ball Practice Putting Mat Auto Return