July 29, 2021

And why Southwest Greens of Connecticut is the best solution for tee lines.



Do Synthetic Turfs Really Cut Costs?

Simply put — undoubtedly yes! The majority of golf courses lose money as a result of weather or maintenance concerns, but artificial tee lines never require downtime. After installation expenses, your facility will quickly generate enough revenue to see return on your initial investment.


Reduce Tee Line Maintenance

Getting your tee line operating cost under control never been easier than with synthetic turf. Here are some ways ditching natural grass will reduce costs.


No Mowing

Artificial turf will never need mowing. That means there will never be a need to close the tee lines, no need to hire someone to mow, and no mowing equipment expenditures.


No Herbicides

Herbicides are frequently required to get rid of weeds — this is not the case with synthetic grass.


No Pesticides

Pesticides get a bad rap, and for for a valid reason. They are caustic agents and expensive too.


No Watering

For a 1,000 square foot implementation, this can mean savings of 70,000 gallons each year, or as much as $350 saved on the water bill, alone.



Cost-Effective, Enhanced Playability

Facilities are rapidly discovering that waterless, easy-to-maintain artificial turf driving lines and putting areas make for happy customers and contribute to the bottom line. Artificial hitting stations, putting green turf, and tee lines enable you to swing from a surface with a authentic feel but with a durability that is not found in nature.


Decreased Maintenance

Without the need for routine fertilizing, pest control, and mowing, the ROI of artificial turf simply makes the most sense.


Resilient

Allows the guest to use all of their clubs to fine-tune their swing without ripping apart the grass. Additionally, you can still bury your tee into the grass like you would on a regular turf.


Safe Play

The grass won’t get swampy and slippery throughout heavy rainfall, and will not generate dips and divots.



Endless Design Possibilities

Certainly, the sky’s the limit. Because artificial turf is extremely multifaceted, it can be positioned in anywhere, and in several styles.


Modular Designs

Modular tee lines create easier and more cost-effective ways to change portions as opposed to replacing an entire panel or tee line.


Continuous Tee Line

Enables the tee line to be installed anywhere along the surface while preserving a tidy, simple look.


Adaptable Hitting Mats

Hitting mats may be easily rotated to extend the lifespan of the hitting area, while still offering clearly defined hitting stations for symmetry.



Why Southwest Greens?

Southwest Greens of Connecticut stands by its installations and products by providing outstanding customer service at the corporate level. Our company provides a 5-year limited warranty on our products and craftsmanship which significantly exceeds the industry norm.


Experts in Installation

Our experienced installers have mastered the art of installing artificial turf and will do everything to find the ideal option for your facility. We can modify your installation to meet your individual needs, from grouped hitting stations to continuous tee lines.


Raises the B.A.R (bounce, aim, roll)

Our polypropylene and nylon artificial grasses are manufactured with the best raw materials to provide durability and performance. Our artificial grass is expertly designed to simulate natural grass; the fibers automatically displace at contact to diminish club bounce. Plus, our tee lines hold a tee!


Serious Return on Investment

Most golf courses lose money as a result of inclement weather or maintenance issues, but artificial turf tee lines never require downtime. Following installation, your facility will soon generate enough revenue to quickly recoup your initial investment.



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