Tour Links™ Modular Green System
Modular Putting Greens and Training Aids Offer Easy Use and Low Cost
The first modular putting green system created for both in-ground and above ground use is offered by Adventure Golf Services. The above-ground putting greens have an edge system to contain the golf balls within the putting surface, while in-ground greens do not use the edge panels so that they look and play the same as any outdoor putting green.
The TourLinks™ system is a fraction of the cost of synthetic and real turf putting greens and can be installed in minutes not days. There are standard above ground shapes from $239 to $1,659 in a variety of sizes. Custom sizes are available for both above and in-ground models and there is no design fee.
The putting greens receive strong reviews from users groups including campgrounds, entertainment venues, hotels, golf course professionals, driving ranges, military bases and other users. The customers like the price, the easy assembly, and natural feel of the putting surface.
The 2’ x 2’ putting green panels are compression molded with 100% recycled TPO plastic, and made in the USA. The panelized assembly, bolts together in minutes providing a putting green that is flexible to accommodate terrain changes and permits easy drainage through joints between panels. Laser-cut carpet matches the exact pattern of each green and has a special backing so it stays in place, but can be easily removed. Contours can be added below the carpet with the use of contour mats.
Each putting green has a solid surface so strong you can drive a truck on it. A panel weighs an average of seven pounds, is weather resistant, UV protected and color safe from fading. There are six U. S. patents on the system and there is a 3 year warranty on the panels and carpet.
And if you compare this to other putting greens no matter what kind, this one has no maintenance so you can save hundreds of dollars.
Recently seen on the Apprentice TV show, CNBC, ESPN, Disney World, The 2004 PGA Tour Championship in Atlanta, The 2004 Merrill Lynch Skins Game, Fox TV, Mutual of Ohama's Drive Chip and Putt, The Playboy Channel and the 2004 Ryder Cup, Tour Links is definitely "Changing the way golfer's practice.