Artificial Grass for Commercial Golf FAQs

Artificial grass, also referred to as synthetic turf, is a surface created from synthetic fibers designed to imitate the look and touch of real grass. In commercial golf settings, it is frequently used for putting greens, tee lines, fringe areas, paths, cart paths, common areas, and even complete golf courses to offer a uniform and low-maintenance playing surface.

There are several benefits to using artificial grass on Detroit and all of Michigan commercial golf courses:

Low maintenance: Artificial grass needs hardly any maintenance unlike natural grass, saving time and money on mowing, watering, and fertilizing.

Consistency: Synthetic turf gives you a consistent playing surface all year, regardless of Detroit and all of Michigan weather conditions, offering a high-quality golfing experience.

Durability: Southwest Greens artificial grass is engineered to withstand heavy foot traffic and usewhich means it’s the best choice for commercial golf settings.

Water conservation: Since artificial grass does not require watering, it helps conserve water resources which makes it an environmentally friendly choice.

Customization: Southwest Greens offers many synthetic turf products and designs, which allows you to personalize the look and feel of your Detroit and all of Michigan golf course to match your unique needs and preferences.
Yes, artificial grass is the perfect choice for putting greens in commercial golf settings. Southwest Greens putting greens are specially manufactured to mimic the performance characteristics of natural grass, providing a consistently smooth surface for Detroit and all of Michigan golfers to refine their putting skills.
While natural grass exhibits its own special performance, Southwest Greens’ artificial grass is crafted to closely replicate the look, feel, and performance of living grass. Our synthetic turf products give you renowned playability and performance, offering a consistent surface for Detroit and all of Michigan golfers of any skill level. Ask a Southwest Greens representative about B.A.R. testing on playability.
Yes, artificial grass can be installed on existing Detroit and all of Michigan golf courses to replace live grass or improve specific areas like putting greens, tee lines, and fringe areas. Southwest Greens installation experts will help you assess your golf course's needs and determine the best way for incorporating artificial grass into your current layout.

Artificial grass from Southwest Greens is built to be extremely durable and long-lasting, with a 15-20 year lifespan or more with basic maintenance. Maintenance requirements are easy and typically involve occasional brushing to remove any debris to ensure optimal performance.

Yes, artificial grass from Southwest Greens is safe for both golfers and the environment. Our synthetic turf products are manufactured with non-toxic materials and don’t have to have harmful pesticides or fertilizers which makes them an environmentally-friendly choice. Furthermore, our turf is designed to provide unmatched traction and shock absorption, lowering the risk of injuries for golfers.
Yes, artificial grass is an excellent way to cut water usage on Detroit and all of Michigan commercial golf courses. Because synthetic turf doesn’t need watering, it helps conserve local water resources which reduces irrigation costs, making artificial grass a sustainable option for Detroit and all of Michigan golf course owners and operators.

Southwest Greens' artificial grass is engineered with state-of-the-art technology and the highest quality materials providing unmatched performance, durability, and aesthetics. Our synthetic turf products face rigorous testing to make sure they meet the highest standards for playability, safety, and environmental sustainability.

To get started with installing artificial grass on your commercial golf course in Detroit and all of Michigan, contact Southwest Greens to schedule a consultation with one of our Detroit and all of Michigan turf pros. We will work with you to determine your needs, review your options, and draft a customized solution that meets your budget and timeline.