Artificial Golf Turf
Golf course maintenance is no small task.
It takes a lot of water, fertilizer, and mower gas to maintain all that vibrant green grass day in and day out. Not to mention crafting a maintenance schedule that doesn’t impede play.
And all that water (we’re talking hundreds of thousands of gallons of water per day), dangerous lawn care chemicals, and gas it takes to power your fleet of mowing equipment isn’t exactly ecofriendly, which is golf course owners, developers, and greenskeepers are facing pressure to reduce their environmental impact and rein in the increasingly onerous costs of maintaining hundreds of acres of natural grass.
The solution: artificial golf turf.
While a golf course might encompass more than a hundred acres of land, each and every golfer will be playing on the putting greens and tee boxes. These high traffic and high maintenance areas are the perfect places to implement artificial golf turf and do one better for the environment. Here are three ways golf courses can utilize artificial turf on the course and save time and money on maintenance:
Artificial Golf Turf Putting Greens
Go green on the greens! Turfix offers completely customizable artificial golf turf options for building all types of golf greens. Turfix specializes in installing high quality artificial grass golf greens that look and react just like a natural grass putting green, and without the daily maintenance and all those divots that making growing grass on the greens a constant struggle.
Artificial Golf Turf Tee Boxes
Tee boxes make an important first impression. But the fact that tee boxes take a beating and endure a lot of foot traffic means growing grass there faster than golfers wear it out presents quite a challenge. Instead of fighting an uphill battle, choosing to install artificial golf turf tee boxes can ensure a clean and consistent surface that sets golfers up for a tee-rific drive every time.
Artificial Golf Turf Tee Lines
Tee line turf has become a mainstay at many golf courses around the world due to the high quality performance and extremely low maintenance. While natural grass tee lines can quickly become beat up with divots and bare spots, Turfix provides golf courses and driving ranges with artificial golf turf tee lines that stand up to consistent use and provide an even surface for ball striking.
Turfix installs, maintains, and repairs artificial golf turf of any kind and anywhere in the Midwest. The turf we install has been developed to boast performance that is on par with professional grade natural golf grass. Plus, it’s UV stabilized so your grass is always greener with artificial golf turf.
If you have any questions about artificial golf turf for your facility, contact Turfix today and let’s start a conversation!