How many inches of soil to dig out of putting green installation?
Answered Jan 4 2:42 PM
The base preparation for artificial putting greens is the same as regular artificial grass. So typically you will need to excavate about 4” of soil then put a bottom layer of 2-1/2” thick of drain rock and a top layer of decomposed granite at 1-1/2” thickness, both layers will be compacted at 90%. Please let us know if you have any other questions by phone: 877 796 8873 or email: [email protected], thank you.
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