Golf

Many of the world's most desirable golfing destinations suffer from a shortage of available natural watersheds and present many climatic challenges for growing natural turf grasses. Synthetic turf can be a very viable solution in these areas. But the application of synthetic turf need not always depend on climate. When laying synthetic turf, think for example about parts of a golf course that are used most, such as tees and greens, or facilities such as a driving range or a putting green.

Different Systems

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.

No Infill

Dense synthetic turf constructions are used for driving ranges. Infill is not used for these parts of the golf course. 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.

Sand Filled

These systems are often dressed with two different layers of sand, where the top layer consists of single-peaked sand that is almost perfectly round. This forms a completely neutral surface that does not influence ball roll.

Rubber Infill

An advantage of EPDM rubber grains is that they are produced from scratch. They can therefore be supplied in almost any color. Beige, brown, black or green grains add to the natural look of a golf course.

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