Thinking about building your own DIY backyard putting green? Wait before you attempt to build your own. I strongly suggest that you read this entire article as I lay out 3 reasons you should not build it yourself and invest in a pre packaged professional green.
Are you tired of:
- missing those short 10 to 15 foot putts that you know you should be making?
- not being able to make it to the golf course to practice your putts?
Do you want to:
- be able to practice your putts from the comfort of your own home or backyard?
Well I know for sure that if you fit into any of the categories above then you would definitely benefit from a diy backyard putting green. But building a diy backyard putting green is not the simplest of task. As a matter of fact it is very difficult to do and costly.
After attempting to build my own a few years ago and doing countless research I found that it was easier to purchase one pre packaged. I am going to reveal to you 5 of the most difficult aspects of building your own diy backyard putting green.
5 Insider’s Reasons Not To Build Your Own DIY Backyard Putting Green
1.) Calling the utility department and getting them to come out and survey the land where you are going to install your greens.
2.) Obtaining the necessary permits that are needed to set it up in your backyard.
3.) Gathering the supplies needed for your diy backyard putting green. This step can range from getting some 5 inch steel nails to renting a plate compactor and a sod cutter.
4.) Setting up your greens for proper irrigation, you need to have proper drainage set up for your greens. The water needs to be able to evacuate quickly and easily so that puddles do not form, making your new greens useless.
5.) Its simply better to have a professional style green that you can depend on. If you are serious about improving your golf game then the money you are going to spend on a professional pre packaged green will be well spent.
So before you jump into action and start building your own diy backyard putting green, take some time out to really see what it is going to take. I wish I would have known these 5 aspects a few years ago, I could have saved myself some time and money.
I have a FREE detailed comparison of the steps that are involved in setting up a diy vs. a prepackaged putting green I want to share with you.
I want to make sure that you get up a running with your own indoor or backyard putting green.
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