Artificial Grass for Commercial Golf FAQs

There are several benefits to using artificial grass for commercial golf courses:

Low maintenance: Artificial grass needs virtually no upkeep compared to natural grass which will save you time and money on mowing, watering, and fertilizing.

Consistency: Synthetic turf offers a consistent playing surface year-round, regardless of weather, guaranteeing a high-quality experience for golfers.

Durability: Southwest Greens artificial grass is engineered to survive heavy foot traffic and use, making it the best choice for commercial golf settings.

Water conservation: Since artificial grass does not need watering, it conserves water resources and that makes it an environmentally friendly choice.

Customization: Southwest Greens offers many synthetic turf options and designs, allowing you to tailor the look and feel of your golf course to suit your specific needs and preferences.
Yes, artificial grass is an excellent option for putting greens in commercial golf settings. Southwest Greens putting greens are specially made to recreate the performance of live grass, giving you a consistent and smooth surface for golfers to practice their putting skills.
Artificial grass, also referred to as synthetic turf, is a surface created from synthetic fibers designed to mimic the look and feel of natural grass. In commercial golf settings, it is often used for putting greens, tee lines, fringe areas, foot paths, cart paths, common areas, and even entire golf courses to offer a uniform and low-maintenance playing surface.
While natural grass exhibits its own special performance characteristics, artificial grass from Southwest Greens is engineered to closely recreate the look, feel, and performance of natural grass. Our synthetic turf products offer excellent playability and performance, giving a consistent surface for golfers of any skill level. Ask a Southwest Greens representative to see the B.A.R. testing on playability.
Yes, artificial grass can be installed on existing golf courses to replace conventional grass or improve specific areas like putting greens, tee lines, and fringe areas. Southwest Greens installation experts can work with you to assess your golf course's needs and figure out the best technique for incorporating artificial grass into your current layout.

Artificial grass from Southwest Greens is built to be very durable and long-lasting, with a lifespan of 20 years or more with recommended maintenance. Maintenance requirements are minimal and usually involve brushing the turf from time to time to remove the build up of debris to ensure optimal performance.

Yes, artificial grass from Southwest Greens is safe for both golfers and the environment. Our synthetic turf products are crafted with non-toxic materials and do not require toxic pesticides or fertilizers, making them an ecologically-friendly choice. Additionally, our turf is designed to give unmatched traction and shock absorption, reducing the risk of injury to golfers.
Yes, artificial grass is an excellent way to cut water usage on commercial golf courses. Because synthetic turf needs no watering, it helps conserve local water resources, reducing irrigation costs, making it a sustainable option for golf course owners and operators.

Southwest Greens' artificial grass is engineered using state-of-the-art technology and the highest quality materials which provide unparalleled performance, durability, and aesthetics. Our synthetic turf products go through rigorous testing to ensure they meet the highest standards for playability, safety, and environmental sustainability.

To get started with installing artificial grass on your commercial golf course, contact Southwest Greens to schedule a consultation with one of our turf pros. We will work with you to establish your needs, talk about your options, and develop a tailored solution to fit your budget and timeline.