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Short Game Facilities

A Synthetic Solution For Any Course or Club

It is only recently that Artificial Grass has become more commonly used at golf courses for practice areas and driving ranges. Artificial golf greens are becoming increasingly popular within courses, clubs & leisure resorts due to the quality of feedback from both PGA Professionals, and amateurs alike. The realistic appearance and durability of artificial grass provides perfect greens on the course all year round. Your golf club members will experience a consistent quality and unbelievable feel, from a green that is almost indistinguishable from real grass – no matter the weather. The downside to standard, natural practice areas is that the issue of on-going maintenance still remains, so it costs more money and time than is necessary. Active Golf Projects can provide the complete solution for this, whether it’s a simple golf mat, a custom tee line for the driving range or a target green for your members to aim for. Utilising our products and services will allow the greens-keeper to focus more on the main golf course than any putting or practice area.

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3-6-9-Hole – Short Course Facilities

A short course is designed to be a smaller, quicker, and more compact golf course, ideal for practicing one of the most important aspects of your game. Short courses can vary in size and length, ranging from three to nine holes, with the length between each hole being anything between 20 and 160 metres long. The short course can be designed to include additional challenges, such as optional bunkers and water hazards. A golf green supplied and installed by our experienced install technicians is therefore the perfect investment. The club members will enjoy playing on a professional surface all year round, while you will not need to worry about turf quality, durability or extensive maintenance to keep the green at a high standard.

Practice Putting Greens

Every golf course should provide a practice area for members, with a typical practice area consisting of a putting or chipping green. Each individual green can be designed and installed exactly to your golf course’s requirements, from the contours of the green right down to the finest details, such as the pin position. This allows your members to practice their short game before heading onto the course. Professional golf coaches and academies across the UK are trying to influence the next generation of golfers by updating their facilities – It is said that the majority of golf newcomers find it easier to learn in a modern environment with modern technology.