If you are an avid golfer or wish to be a better golfer, then considering a putting green at home is a good idea. In order to be a good golfer, it is important to practice in order to hone your skills. Now considering that putting comprises somewhere between 30 and 50 percent of your score, then practicing putting is one of the most important things to do if you want to lower your scores on a regular basis.
If you look at the professionals on the tour, the pro who generally wins the weekly tournament is the one who makes the most putts, especially under the pressure of a hard fought contest. Putting consistency only comes from practice and having a putting green at home is a good way to provide more time to practice your putting stroke.
Now the question becomes one of choosing the right type of putting green to give you the right functionality and utility that fits your current situation and lifestyle.
If you are living in an apartment or high rise condo then the only option for you is an indoor putting green. The indoor putting green can be a permanet fixture in your home or can be a modular or single carpet that can be taken up and placed in storage or under a bed until you are ready to use it.
If you have a home with a yard, then an outdoor putting green becomes an option. Today, with the advanced features and composite grass in the artificial outdoor putting green, it is possible to create a large putting green in your back yard that will simulate real course conditions in the privacy of your own home.
The Indoor Putting Green is great fun for anyone, whether you’re a serious golfer or just enjoy the fun of the putting greens on your own or with friends, or enjoy annoying your partner by putting across his/her line of vision to the TV.
A better model for those who really want to help move their game to another level is an indoor putting green where the player can change the slope or break of the putt. This way you can master those tough side hill and down hill lies.
The very best practice device a golfer can have is the outdoor putting green. You can use it for chipping and putting depending on what your choice is. Your putting game is the most important aspect of your golf game.