Bill Gibson - Artificial Grass
Bill Gibson

Landscape Architect - /

Garden Golf

Creating your own putting green from home has become a huge trend since the start of the pandemic due to golf clubs and courses being forced to close. Installing a putting green in your garden is a great way to practice your putting and chipping skills from the comfort of your home. Invite your friends over for a game or brush up on your skills with your family. Not only does our putting green grass reflect everything good about synthetic grass, it will also be a great asset to your home. If you are selling your home in the future, it can only add to the price.

Why Artificial Grass?

If you want to create a putting green from the comfort of your home, artificial grass is the best option. The problem with real grass is that it will require a lot of upkeep and maintenance. The great thing about artificial grass is that it is low maintenance and easy to keep clean. If you don’t have much time on your hands to attend to a real putting green, then artificial grass is the perfect option. Artificial grass can be placed in any garden, while real grass requires good conditions and environment. While artificial grass is of such a high quality today, it’s an easy choice.

Putting Green Artificial Grass

Our Putting Green is a premium artificial grass which is perfect for crazy golf, driving ranges, or creating a practice green in your garden. It has a 16mm pile height and a rich green colour making it look very realistic and lush. This grass is UV protected, water resistant, and durable as it was created to endure Irish weather conditions. Our putting green is child and pet friendly. There is also a 10-year guarantee. One of the best things about artificial grass is that it is low maintenance and you won’t need to cut the grass anymore. There will no longer be any mucky feet indoors.

Our putting grass is suitable for small home areas or large courses like this

Landscaping Ideas

We have a few tips and pointers for creating the perfect putting green at home. Firstly, the putting green is ideal for placing the golf holes and flags in. It is easy to add these anywhere on the grass. We recommend adding a chipping grass as a compliment to the putting green. The chipping grass will surround the putting green. Our recommendations for this are our Lansdowne or Kinsale grass. Both grasses are fit for the job, however, both vary in pile height so it is down to personal preference and aesthetics. Another tip is that the ball speed can be adjusted by adding a sand infill.

Free Samples

If you are interested in any of the grasses mentioned, you can request free samples of up to four grasses on our website. This is a great way to get a look and feel for our grasses and see the premium quality for yourself. Visit our shop in Dunboyne and get a quote from one of our staff or by using our quote calculator on our website We will be happy to help with any questions you may have.