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This is where the real joy in having an artificial putting green lies. With a natural green a lot of work is required to keep it in a playable condition – all year round. And unless you have the time and equipment necessary for extensive maintenance then an artificial green is by far the best solution.
There’s no mowing, no watering and no mud to ruin play. You just need to ensure you keen debris such as fallen leaves off the putting green and if you have pets, make sure you clean up any mess from it regularly.
Other than that your artificial putting green delivers the same benefits as a natural grass putting green (at around 10 on the stimpmeter) without the hard work involved to keep it in a playable condition.