January 10, 2023

Do you love golf and looking for a way to practice your putting skills at home? Simply convert one of the rooms in your house into a putting green. Golf simulators allow you to analyze shot data, but simulators do not give much for practicing your short game. An indoor putting green will let you practice no matter the weather or your time availability. Continue reading to learn more about converting a room in your house into a putting green.



1st, you’;; want to judge the room you are planning on using. It should be a flat, open area with enough room for at least a putting mat and a hole. It is a good idea to not use rooms with high traffic or heavy furniture which may affect your golf practice. Then you need to decide if you want to add only a putting mat to the room or if you’ll be replacing the whole floor with artificial turf.



Putting mats are a good and fast way to add golf to an area in your house. A pre-assembled putting green mat lets you easily roll out, place cups in the holes and start putting in a few seconds. This is why it’s simple to install and enjoy anywhere. This makes them a fantastic idea for man caves, she-sheds, tailgating, BBQs, back porch play, and more. Because they’re portable, putting mats allow you to roll roll them up and move them somewhere else if you are not happy where it is placed or if you just want to put it elsewhere in your house or to take it to a gettogether.



A popular use for putting greens is to install a personalized putting green in an extra room in your house. These putting greens can be customized to fit any room, regardless of size or shape, so you can create a green that is tailormade for your space. Custom indoor greens are ideal for homeowners who’re interested in adding more luxury to their house. They are also for commercial properties that want to provide a special experience for their customers.



It is hard to provide an exact estimate, but we can help you get a good idea of how much an indoor putting green might cost. On average, an indoor putting green costs between $15 and $30+ per square foot. Some elements that go into the cost are:

  • Base Materials
  • The dimensions of the putting green
  • Putting green design
  • Number of cuts
  • Site access & prep
  • Putting green features
  • Installation costs

Though this does not cover every element that goes into the cost, it gives you a good understanding of what you should expect to pay for an indoor golf green.



The benefits of putting a putting green in your home are numerous. For starters, it's a great way to stay active and work on your golf game. Having a putting green in your home will allow you to practice your short game anytime you want. This can lead to significant improvement in your golf game. A putting green can also be a fun way to have fun with family and friends. Indoor golf can be a fun activity at parties and when hosting a relaxing dinner with friends. You will get the following benefits:

  • Highly Customizable
  • Not Affected by Weather
  • Cost-Effective
  • Easy to Maintain
  • Practice Your Game Any Time
  • Improve the Value of Your Home
  • Host Fun Parties for Friends & Family
  • Playability



When you are ready to learn more about all the factors that go into the cost and installation of indoor putting greens, we are happy to help. Contact Southwest Greens for your customized, no-obligation estimate.