St. Petersburg, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/12/2012 -- How many times have it been said that people are now living in the age of advanced technology and all the good things that this brings to their lives?
People are now more secure in their homes, safer in their vehicles as they traverse the highways, living longer as a result of advanced medical technological developments; and oh, do not forget all the new putting greens in their homes and businesses that are allowing them to live fuller, richer lives.
Today's newer, more affordable personal putting greens are substantially better than those of the past, and one can chalk it all up to 'living better to modern chemistry'. What too many people fail to realize is that outdoor and indoor putting greens at people's homes are nothing new, because they've been here for decades now.
What is new, however, is aspects like the higher level of realism and greater durability in the artificial turf that far better replicates the actual putting experience on a natural course and foam underlayment materials that now have longer service lives and far better mimic the feel and effect of natural earth under-foot.
These and other advancements have all worked together to make for an overall better product would count for nothing if not for one crucial aspect. That is that along with improved performance they deliver, it all comes at an affordable price.
It's more than that though, because today's home putting greens are also designed better to more easily go together straight out of the box. So they aren't something that someone would need to call in a service to put together, and in this case, it turns out to be low-tech solutions.
Low-tech solutions like the classic straightforward 'tongue and groove' puzzle concept that the foam underlayment goes together by. That is the pieces snap together and lock in place to form a predetermined shape.
Then finally the improved three-dimensional capacity of today's high-tech foam used in the underlayment means that it can be molded thicker without becoming compact from repeated long term use. This in turn means that today's improved outdoor and indoor putting green for home and office is designed with hills and valleys for maximum realism.
So yes, they've become more popular, and as a result, manufacturers now produce greater selections of design styles that even include miniature, multi-hole putting courses that short games can be played on. Internationally recognized Tourlinks.net designs, manufactures and markets prefabricated putting greens for the home and office using state-of-the-art materials and techniques.
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