As the seasons change through the year, there can be different challenges when maintaining a backyard recreational space which includes putting greens, chipping greens, or golf greens. Summer brings a challenge with irrigation, particularly in areas that are prone to drought, as well as weeds, rapidly growing grass, and perhaps unwanted guests in the form of insects. With an inevitable investment in natural grass in time to mow, weed, irrigate, trim the edges, clear up debris, and possibly treat the grass, homeowners across the US are exploring creating their backyard golfing paradise from artificial turf. Back Nine Greens, premier designers and installers of backyard putting greens with outdoor putting green turf, look to create tailored and unique backyard putting greens that enhance the look of the property as well as being low-maintenance. Designed and tested to be durable and resistant to UV rays and heavy foot traffic, the artificial turf putting greens retain their vibrant color and are ready to play as soon as the golfer steps up to the tee. Eco-friendly and low-maintenance, practicing the short game of golf in the comfort of the backyard and just steps from the door helps players of all levels hone their skills and build confidence for the next visit to their local golf course, whether that is a friendly get-together for fun at the weekend, or a tournament on the competition circuit. Research and development by Back Nine Greens as well as a collaboration with Stockton Golf has led to a premium artificial grass product that has been engineered and crafted to deliver in terms of consistency, performance, and durability. Paired with the expert design skills and attention to detail that sees a seamless collaboration between the client and the design team, all functional aspects of the proposed project take into consideration the drainage of the greens, the integration with existing landscape features to be retained, the skill level of the golfer, the speed of the green, placement of rough cuts, as well as the number and placement of hazards on the green or course.