Synthetic golf courses are the fastest growing segment of the Southwest Greens golf product line. There are many issues that face small municipal golf courses, driving ranges and training facilities. One of the major issues is water. Water is more and more becoming a scarce resource in many parts of the world and golf courses may not be spared from the restriction of its use.
Furthermore, maintenance expense issues have become more prevalent as maintenance “know-how” and maintenance “funds” may be at a shortage. Southwest Greens golf greens and tee lines are aesthetically pleasing year round with a true playing surface continuously. There are many aspects of a synthetic golf course construction project that must be planned for to ensure the synthetic golf greens and tee boxes last the test of time and provide an acceptable return on the upfront spend that is outlaid.
Southwest Greens has completed projects for Nike Golf, John Smoltz, Stavely Municipal Golf Course plus many more!