HOW THE GAME CAN GROW YOUR BUSINESS
The golf industry continues to grow, even during challenging times. In 2020, people participating in off-course golf activities, such as driving ranges, putting courses, and entertainment venues, grew by nearly 100%.
Traditional golf course facilities are dealing with many challenges in today’s economy. Historically golf has been viewed as non-inclusive. It has been seen this way because it requires a high level of skill, substantial time, and a large investment. Golf also comes with high initial variable costs for the business entity (golf course). New golf entertainment venues take on these barriers and offer more welcoming ways to enjoy the game of golf.
SHORT GAME & PUTTING COURSES ARE IN DEMAND
Short game and putting courses offer a wonderful addition to any golf club, municipal facility, commercial property. They’re also thriving as standalone enterprises. The courses can be built with a series of undulations and can be played from multiple pods, each one fitted with differing lengths of synthetic turf and set at various inclines, that ensures that all players and ability levels are taken into consideration.
ADVANCED DIGITAL SUPPORT
Including ‘gamification’ further improves the golfer’s experience thanks to advanced digital support and high-end measurement systems. Seasoned golfers receive more data, and less advanced golfers receive more entertainment. Southwest Greens embraces these innovations and we have developed synthetic grass systems to benefit these advancements in the golfing experience. Design, construction, and synthetic turf systems by Southwest Greens of Eastern Washington yield huge environmental and maintenance benefits over regular grass. We can help your business or facility grow by developing an entertaining golf experience.
A GREAT ADDITION TO YOUR BUSINESS
If you’re trying to add massive value to your business, Southwest Greens of Eastern Washington has the solution you’ve been looking for. We can design just about anything you can dream up. These are just a few of our clients’ most favorite applications of golf entertainment.
SHORT COURSE/PAR 3
A par 3 provides a full-course experience for both serious and novice golfers. Our turf products are developed for high-performance and go through strict playability testing to match the standards set by natural grass. For a practice session or enjoying a full round of golf, a par 3 course with Southwest Greens turf offers a professional-level experience.
SHORT GAME AREA
Work on the technical side of your game or bring the family together for lessons with a Southwest Greens short game area. Our turf is scientifically developed and tested, from initial bounce, spin transition, and smooth ball roll for unparalleled playability. Our turf is expertly developed to mimic the actual look and feel of organic grass.
A visit to the driving range is a fun group or corporate activity. Technical upgrades have made it more experiential than ever before. With no watering and little to no care, Southwest Greens turf allows businesses to cut many costs associated with maintaining regular grass tee areas while delivering a genuinely professional driving range experience.
Adding a putting course is a great way to help families experience golf together. It’s just fun. More experienced golfers can also practice their short game while experiencing the same bounce, aim, and roll they’ll find on a country club course. From novices to experienced golfers, a putting course is an excellent option for anyone.
READY TO SEE MORE APPLICATIONS?
Because of our love of golf products, we’ve mastered the creation of synthetic golf greens that accept the ball correctly, roll true to a course, and look and feel like real turf — whether or not you are on a commercial golf course, a backyard putting green, or a short course.
We’re ready to help you find the best solution for your business. We can easily draw up custom designs to your needs. Contact a sales representative today for a brochure and more information. Discover our golfing possibilities by reaching out to Southwest Greens of Eastern Washington today to get more information.