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Are nails the best installation method for artificial putting greens?

| Jul 17 2:52 PM

Are nails the best installation method for artificial putting greens? Should I glue it down instead?

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2020-07-18T02:26:02+00:00

Well, you never use nails on the surface of artificial putting greens! I only recommend you to use sand infills on the artificial putting greens to provide extra weight holding the turf down and help with increasing of ball speed, but not to use any nails. You do need nails to secure the artificial putting green’s edges onto the anchor boards at the installation. To learn more techniques and tricks on how to install artificial putting greens, please check out this YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfhiMWU7Avyvd594wAqCt_g

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