Southwest Greens of the Valley in Arizona specializes in tee lines for golf courses that want to reduce the costs of maintenance, while providing a realistic amenity at their facility. Our tee line products can be seen at the following golf courses:
Though maintenance on our finished tee lines is minimal in comparison to that of real grass lines, synthetic turf tee lines do require some maintenance to keep it looking great and performing to the highest standards.
Our experience and expertise in the installation of synthetic turf amenities, including tee lines, has enabled us to offer products that provide a surface that mirrors the playability, look and feel of real grass. "Swing'" by and see for yourself why these synthetic turf tee lines are becoming more popular. For more information, please contact us at 480-664-9417 or click here to email us.
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Buyer Beware: Do Not Buy Turf Based on Total Weight! Demand Face Weight.
Face weight is the weight of an area of turf blades only that is 3' X 3' or 9 square feet. Many companies when quoting face weights will include the weight of the backing, which is not the correct way to measure face weight. Face weight is a measure (weight) of the thickness and fullness of the turf. Companies that include total weight with backing for comparison purposes are being deceptive.
Southwest Greens will only quote face weights without the backing! Face weight is the weight of the turf in ounces, and more weight can mean a thicker and fuller lawn, BUT it doesn't necessarily mean the turf will have increased longevity. When asking for face weight comparisons, make sure it does not include the backing. A higher face weight will mean a higher quality, longer lasting turf.
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