a spot that is away from the house and does not collect
water. Find an area that is accessible from other areas
of the yard for chipping and pitching. Take an extension
cord or rope and lay it in the general shape that you
creating the shape and size of the green, you will want
to work with widths that are a multiple of 12 - the turf
is manufactured 12 foot wide. Rolls of turf can be seamed
together successfully to create widths of 24 or 36 feet.
The length can be as long as you wish - All Pro Golfscapes & Lawns is able to trim the turf at any length.
you experiment with various sizes you may find that the
size you first thought is too small. It's a good idea
to chip and pitch to the marked area from several locations
in the yard to make sure it suits your needs.
you have a size and shape your happy with, mark the area
with spray paint. This will serve as a guide for the sub-base.
You may even want to leave it for a couple of days to
make absolutely sure you're going to be happy with the
start with an extension cord as before and experiment
with various sizes. The average size is 6'-10' long by
4'-8' wide. Once you have a shape you like, mark the area
with spray paint to use for a guide.
that you have the size and shape, make sure you have all
the tools and
materials required for the installation process.