National Greens is pleased to provide you with professional endorsements. Here you will find highly esteemed players and instructors. These individuals have had the opportunity to enjoy the quality turf produced by National Greens, and all are in agreement that their experiences were of the finest caliber.
Arkansas PGA Chapter PresidentArkansas PGA Chapter President. 2010 PGA Professional of the Year. Head PGA Professional at Alotian Golf Club, Roland AR. 35th Annual Nike Cup Match Champion. Jon has also been awarded the 2005, 2007, and 2008 President’s Council Award.
“The artificial putting green that National Greens installed in my yard is like nothing I have seen. It actually holds full shots and reacts like a real green. The surface is also very receptive to pitch shots and chip shots. The putting surface is true and the speed of the greens can be adjusted to your preference. I am very pleased with not only the quality of the work but more importantly the service that Jeremy Still has provided. It’s like we have our own golf hole in our front yard.”
Jeff HammA PGA member since 1979, Co-owner and head professional of Longhills Golf Club in Benton, AR. Hamm was the 1997 South Central PGA Golf Professional of the Year. Four time Professional of the Year honors (1990, ’92, ’97, ’98), three Bill Strausbaugh Awards (1997, ’98, 2000), Junior Golf Leader (1990, ’91, ’95) and 1999 Merchandiser of the Year for public facilities.
Chris MayesHead Golf Professional at Pleasant Valley Country Club. Chris was elected to Class “A” membership in 1996, and was recognized as Merchandiser of the Year for Memphis Chapter PGA in 2000, the Arkansas Chapter PGA in 2005, as well as for the South Central Section PGA in 2006.
Head PGA Professional at Chenal Country Club, Little Rock AR
Warburton and his family came from Memphis, where he was golf pro for three years at Tournament Players Club Tournament Players Club a chain of American public and private golf clubs operated by the PGA Tour. Prior to that, he spent three years at TPC’s Jasna Polana in Princeton, N.J.