I have taken a heap of photos of my golf green. A popular page is this one over here that shows the complete process from start to finish – also added images of the tee construction and turf being laid.
Clients enjoy the photos so here are some more of my completed green with descriptions. This article focuses more on the fringe grass because we’ve been getting more questions about it.
Further thoughts: Fringe Grass – This is an excellent surface to chip from while also giving better impact absorption for approach shots. I placed this grass on my front fringe, so any approach shots that come up a little short won’t bounce too hard. It actually works really well, effectively increasing the size of my green.
The actual star product here is the main green surface. This is our Supreme Green grass which is a 20mm pile grass. It’s made from Helix yarn that is the only golf specific synthetic grass on the market and made exclusively for Supreme Greens. It’s main benefit is that it has been designed to absorb the impact of lofted golf shots, allowing them to hit the green, then spin and come to a stop. Almost no synthetic green that I have seen has this ability.