Updating the most traditional of games.
Many of the world's most desirable golfing destinations suffer from a shortage of available natural watersheds and present many climatic challenges to the growing of natural turf grasses. Synthetic turf is a viable solution in these areas. But the application of synthetic turf need not always depend on climate. Think about the parts of a golf course that are used most such as tees and greens, or facilities such as the driving range and putting green. You might find synthetic turf to be a strong recommendation for these surfaces.
Variety is the spice of golf.
The functions of the different parts of a golf course vary greatly. This makes for a difference in requirements of the synthetic turf top layer and substructure for each part of the golf course. It may, therefore, be a good idea to apply different systems within one golf course.
Driving ranges call for dense synthetic turf constructions with no infill. Sand-filled systems can provide completely neutral surfaces using two layers of sand, the top layer being single-peaked, almost perfectly round grains. And for a more natural look, consider infill of EPDM rubber grains that can be made in green, black, brown, beige or just about any other color.
The right turfs for your course.
TenCate has a wide variety of turf blades and backings available for golf applications. This range of products with different characteristics provides a suitable solution for every need. To determine which is appropriate for your installation, use our