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Before installing the turf, you’ll need a base consisting of 2 – 3 inches of compacted and level decomposed granite or a quarter of minus road base. You will be also needing a typical Infill to help the grass blades to stand up. You will also need a turf rake / Power broom to brush the infill down into the turf.

You need to plan it all out on paper. Draw up a simple sketch of the area to be covered and measure it out. (The turf can be cut to length, so determine the best layout using your sketch to keep waste to a minimum).

Move it to an area that has an enough room to it out, preferably in the sun. (It needs to be warmed up and expand before you install it.)




  1. Roll your sections out per your plan and line up your seams.
  2. Once everything is in place you can rough cut the excess turf around the edges. (Leave about 4 inches from where you’ll make your final cut, which will happen after you’ve completed your seams.
  3. Fold back one side of the turf and slip your seam tape underneath the opposite side.
  1. Using an S pattern, apply the glue down one side of your marked line keeping the glue about the quarter of an inch from the seam.
  1. To activate the glue, you will need to mist it with water using the spray bottle. Just enough dampen it will do. (Applying too much water can limit the effectiveness of the glue)
  1. Once the seam is complete, you can make your final cuts around the perimeter. (Use the quality utility knife and replace the blades often)
  1. After finishing all your final cuts, you’ll need to nail down the perimeter edge of the turf using the 6-inch steel nails.
  1. Apply your infill. Using a drop spreader will help distribute the materials evenly.
  1. And the final step is applying water to the entire turf area, so the infill settles down in between the blades.



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Hand Tamper

String Trimmer

Safety Glasses


3 Foot Level

Yard Rake (with flat metal side)

Leaf Rake

Square Nose

Shovel and Hand Trowel

Putting Green Synthetic Grass



  1. Determine size & location


  1. Clear (&Dig) area for sub-base


  1. Distribute base material


  1. Compact base material


  1. Determine placement of sleeves


  1. Dig holes for sleeves


  1. Place Sleeves


  1. Lay turf over sub-base


  1. Ready the turf for seams and seam it


  1. Cutting outer edge


  1. Secure outer edge


  1. Top Dressing


  1. Finished product and Maintenance



With all this information and ideas, you can now do your own golf course and install the Putting Green Synthetic Grass just like us from Nice Backyard.


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