A DIY putting green is the perfect project for a golf enthusiast who lives in areas where snow, ice, and cold weather hamper golfing activities. You can build a putting green from materials you buy separately or in a DIY kit. These kits contain everything you need for a great putting green that can go in your basement, spare room, or garage. Here are some things you can consider in deciding which DIY putting green kit to buy.
The biggest factor to consider with your DIY putting green is the overall size. A normal-sized putting green is approximately 8 feet by 8 feet. This gives you enough room to putt at different distances. A putting green that is too small will not really help fine-tune your putting skills. However, a putting green that is too large will not fit into the space where you are going to install it.
A DIY putting green kit should be very close to what you will be actually playing on. If you have a rough type of green at the local golf course, then your DIY putting green should mimic that in the green material.
One of the true tests of putting is if you can work around uneven surfaces. A DIY putting green kit that is perfectly flat is good, but one that is a little uneven, or has different ripples in the surface, will give you a much better training experience.