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Are nails used?

| Sep 5 4:17 PM

I just had an installer put 30-40 nails in the middle of my putting green, where I have a slope from a raised hole. And this was before he added the infill. I thought that the infill was to weigh the turf down to the base, so nails were not needed.

1 Answer

Sometimes installers will use nails in the putting green turf to stabilize the installation. However, the. Type of nails used has to be without heads (or pins) and once installed, people won’t notice them at all. Regular 40D or 60D will probably not work as the mail heads will be exposed. I hope your installer has used the correct nails that not visible on your green,  of course it will always be ideal to only have infills to hold the turf in place without using any nails. For any further questions, please feel free to contact us by phone: 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected] or simply fill out this online form, thank you:

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