Thanks for coming to Golf.com to see more of my son Eddie’s “backyards for golfers” designs. He built the short-game practice facility of my dreams in my backyard for a reason: to help me learn first-hand, what is needed for you to improve your short game and putting. This is part of my overall view that if you can improve your short game skills in the comfort and convenience of your own yard during the week after work, then you’ll shoot lower scores and enjoy the game more when you play on the weekends.
This blueprint shows a 15’ x 40’ green (600 square feet), which would fit a 45’ x 90’ yard.
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This is a blueprint for a 15’ x 30’ green (450 square feet), which would fit in a 30’ x 70’ space.
“Easy access to golf” can be fit into almost any backyard and creates a low maintenance (no water or mowing) situation for long term care and maintenance costs. For more details and pricing, check out the following for availability in your area:
wwwsynlawngolf.com (for availability nationwide)
davepelzsynscapes.com (for Austin and San Antonio Texas only)
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A 30’ x 30’ green (900 square feet), which would fit in a 50’ x 100’ yard.
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A 35’ x 45’ green (1575 square feet), which would fit in a large yard.
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A 45’ x 25’ green (1125 square feet), which would fit in a large yard.
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