Golf Course Quality Greens in a Backyard Setting!
Beyond synthetic lawn grass installations, there is a financial opportunity for you to also capitalize on the booming synthetic putting green market as a Mirage Waterless Grass™ dealer. We help you by offering the products, knowledge and marketing materials you need to capitalize on this exploding industry.
Golf enthusiasts take the game extremely serious. As evidence of their commitment, golfers in the United States combine to spend billions - yes, billions - of dollars each year on golf-related products with one goal in mind: improving their score on the course.
The majority of putting green purchases are not by hard-core golfers. Instead, it's people who play infrequently with friends, or business associates looking to improve their game with the least amount of effort. After all, putting and chipping are about 40% of the average golfer's strokes during a typical game, and those skills represent the one area that is most easily improved, especially with help from training tools such as a backyard putting green.
|The PC-1 Line is perfect for small backyard greens.|
|And works great for large backyard put and chip practice areas.|
|The PC-1 line holds up under close inspection, and is the premier synthetic putting green surface.|
||UV-protected, polyethylene and nylon spring-set fibers resist matting and creates a natural appearance.
Unique multi-fiber design simulates "real" grass blades.
With basic customer care and the application of a our annual UV-enhancement treatment, Mirage Putting Greens™ can last up to 20 years or more.
The top reasons people install synthetic putting greens include the following:
- Backyard entertainment/enjoyment for the family
- Practice for reducing golf score
- Status symbol
- Increased home value and marketability
While there is virtually an infinite number of products available promising longer drive distances, straighter shots and improved accuracy, the most dedicated golfers realize that lower scores begin with performance on the green. That may be why synthetic putting greens represent the golf industry's fastest-growing segment in residential and commercial applications.