Short Winter courses in European

Short Golf Courses, Winter Tees and Artificial Putting Greens for Golf


For years synthetic grass has been used at the golf course, practice areas and for driving ranges. Now artificial putting greens are becoming increasingly popular among professionals, amateurs and golf clubs alike. The realistic appearance and durability of artificial grass provides perfect greens on the course all year round. Your golf club members will enjoy a consistent quality and unbelievable feel and touch surfaces that is almost indistinguishable from real grass no matter the weather.

Short Golf Courses

A Short Course is designed to be a smaller and more compact golf course. Short Courses can vary in size and length ranging from 3 holes – 9 holes, with the length of each hole between 20 and 160 metres long. The short course can be designed to include additional challenges such as optional bunkers and water hazards.

The short course can be an ideal addition to any golf facility. It can be the perfect environment to introduce new starters to the game of golf.

Your golf club members will enjoy playing on a professional quality surface all year round. Artificial turf is a worthwhile investment as you will not need to worry about turf quality, golf course durability, weeds or similar issues.

Practice Areas

Every golf course should provide a practice area for Members. A typical practice area will consist of a putting/chipping green. This can all be provided with using European Golfs artificial turf. The green can be designed to your very own specification, from the contours of the green right down to the finest detail such as the pin position. This will enable your members to practice their short game before heading onto the course.

Practice Areas and driving ranges are becoming more and more popular with Golf course, where the issues of maintenance still remain as per the course. European Golf can provide a complete solution for this, could be mats or a synthetic turf Solution such as Tee Line (Link) for the driving area and target greens for the members to aim for.

Utilising artificial turf in your golf course practice areas will allow patrons to play anytime of the year. Furthermore, the greens keeper will not be distracted from your main course because artificial turf requires little maintenance.

Artificial Greens

• Making the most of any range/course facilities all year round


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