Tel: (501) 744-5592 | Mail: info@NationalGreens.com


FaceBook Twitter

Synthetic Golf Turf Environments

If you are seeking the most advanced training aid for your golf game a backyard putting green will shave the strokes from your game within weeks. Synthetic putting greens are a necessity for tomorrow's PGA masters. National Greens offers a multitude of design features including sand traps, water hazards, custom lighting and many other amenities to excite your game of golf. We create professional tour quality greens that have true ball roll, at tour speeds, hold chips, pitches, and full shots like natural professional greens. Owning a realistic putting green greatly improves your short game and eliminates costly strokes as you approach the green in competitive play.  We offer several custom flag and chipping pad options for each clients particular project. Greens can be designed with single holes or multiple for additional practice angles and approach shots. National greens can provide you with all this in a professional, economical, and timely manner.


  • Golf Synthetic Turf

    This diagram shows the general construction and layers of our outdoor synthetic putting surface. Once the dirt surface is shaped to desire we compact the surface and pin Geotextile Fabric over the complete synthetic golf green work surface. Next we create the shape and surface of the green by laying layers of Crushed Granite in finer grades until it resembles formed concrete. The granite surface it constantly soaked and compacted to insure the surface is uniform and solid. Once completed the surface acts as a solid slab of granite. A thin Foam Pad sheeting is then applied to the surface granite only where the putting green will be present. This aids in the putting greens ability to accept chips from a distance. Once the foam is all down the Synthetic Grass is applied to the foam surface. Silica Sand is now evenly applied to the surface of the putting green and brushed in to allow the fibers to stand up straight. After the sand is finished a top layer of Green Top Dressing sand is applied. This gives the putting surface a perfectly consistent and natural green tone. The fibers are finally brushed aggressively to soften the fibers and heavy compacted to provided perfect surface and stint speed.


  • Indoor Golf

    This diagram shows the general construction and layers of our indoor synthetic putting surface. Once the flooring is cleaned and prepared a Shock Absorbing Foam Pad is applied to its surface. This foam pad allows indoor greens to accept chips naturally. The Indoor Specific Turf is then applied to the foam base. Depending on the synthetic turf selected some Silica Sand may be used to give the synthetic fibers base structure a firm footing. Most modern indoor specific turf do not require brushing or compacting of the fibers.

  • Slit Film Premier Golf Fiber

    This diagram shows the general construction of our Slit Film Premier Golf playing surface. This is our highest performance synthetic putting green turf. Slit Film turf is unique because the fibers activate altering shape and structure to create a perfectly modeled golf playing surface. The fibers of this turf are finely slit and tightly spun to create a column of fine turf fibers. This allows the sand infill to fall to the base of the turf giving it a solid footing and loading it for "activation". As the green is filled with sand the fibers are brushed aggressively. This allows the fibers to unwind and spread, filling with sand as they do. After sand and brushing is complete we roll the fibers down with a heavy weight roller to further flatten and tune the playing surface. Once complete this creates a fine surface of small, soft, and evenly spaced fibers to provide perfect PGA golf stint speeds.

National Greens Headline News

  • John Zieske has been named 2010 South Western PGA Professional of the year. Head PGA Professional at Alotian Golf Club, Rolad AR. 35th Annual Nike Cup Match Champion. Jon has also been awarded the 2005, 2007, and 2008 President's Council Award.

    Read More... »

  • Synthetic turf installed in North America annually conserves more than three billion gallons of water, eliminates nearly a billion pounds of pesticides and fertilizers, and recycles more than 105 million used tires.  It has also empowered millions of individuals as well as businesses to reduce their carbon footprints.

    Read More... »