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Do I need two different turfs to complete a putting green?

| Aug 4, 2020 12:43 PM

I see in the pictures that there is taller grass along the outside of the putting area. Is that included in the roll of putting green or seperate?

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You will need to order separately for your fringe of your putting greens. Both the putting greens and regular artificial grass come in as 15’ wide products, you will need to order them separately based on your designs. We can definitely help you with product selections and quantities needed for your application and connect you with a local distributor or dealer so you can get your order processed. Please feel free to call or email us at with any other questions, or simply fill out this online form:

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