Building home putting Green
If you live in the Northeast or any cold region you understand how hard it is to practice golf during the winter months. With this in mind and my first child on the way, I thought it would be a great idea to build a practice putting green in my basement. You can build an indoor putting green pretty much anywhere, all it takes is a little planning and motivation! Below you will read about how I built my indoor putting green and the benefits of having it. Enjoy!
Step 1. Draw your plans
My first step was to measure my basement. I selected the area where I wanted my putting green to go and measured out the footprint for the putting green. I decided to make the putting green 6′ x 16′ so that it would go almost the full length of my basement and was wide enough to put two holes on each end. I also based this measurement on the standard length of the materials I would need to purchase to make sure that I would get the most out of my materials.
Step 2. Gather tools and buy materials
The tools I used to build my indoor putting green were:
- Circular saw
- Power drill
- 4.25″ hole drill bit
- Safety goggles
The materials I used to build my indoor putting green were:
- 2″ x 6″s for outer framing
- 2″ x 4″s for inner framing support
- 1″ thick MDF (the densest kind I could find) for flooring
- 2″ wood screws
- Regulation golf cups (I was able to get these through the Club that I work for but you could also use 4.25″ PVC piping)
I used the 2″ x 6″s to first build the outer framing of my indoor putting green.
Then I used the 2″ x 4″s to build the inner framing support. I made sure to not block areas where I wanted my golf holes to go as I added the inner framing.
Make sure to add enough inner support so that there are no weak areas in your flooring. I tested this out a couple of times by placing my flooring down every once in a while to test for weak areas.
Step 4. Insert flooring
Because my outer framing was taller than my inner framing, it created an inset for my flooring. After inserting the flooring, I had a 1″ lip to stop by golf balls from rolling off of the green.
Step 5. Insert putting green and drill cup holes
I placed the BirdieBall putting green on top of my floor and used the 4.25″ hole drill bit to drill the cup holes for my putting green.
Step 6. Add finishing touches
Once everything was in place, I marked 1′ increments to practice my scoring distance.
Step 7. Enjoy!
Some of the benefits of having an indoor putting green include:
- Being able to practice golf during inclement weather
- Honing your skills from your scoring distances
Whatever your reason for playing and practicing golf, I can promise you you’ll enjoy a putting green in the comfort of your own home!
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