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Foam Undulation Kit

$49.00

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Description

Foam Undulation Kit

The Foam Undulation Kit is the perfect accessory for the Golf Simulator Flooring! This kit allows you to create hundreds of putts with varying break and elevation.

The foam can be easily cut, folded, and stacked in order to create different green speeds and breaks for your simulator flooring.


 

How It Works

Simply place the foam pieces under your flooring to create your desired break and speed!

For Left to Right Breaking putts, place a diagonally cut piece of foam on top of a regular rectangular piece on the left side of where you are putting. For Right to left Putts repeat the same steps except place the foam pieces on the right side of where you are putting.

To create hills, simply stack the foam pieces on top of each other.

The foam pieces are easy to cut and stack. For some breaks, cutting the foam pieces may be required.

For More information on how to create different breaks and speeds click here!

Create Multiple Breaks and Speeds
Create Multiple Breaks and Speeds
  • Uphill / Downhill Putts
  • Left to Right Breaking Putts
  • Right to Left Breaking Putts
  • Early Breaking Putts
  • Late Breaking Putts
  • Subtle Breaking Putts
  • Hard Breaking Putts
How to: Foam Undulation Breaks and Hills

1. Downhill Straight Putts   In order to create a downhill straight putt, stack the foam pads on top of one another under the flooring in front of the golf ball.
2. Uphill Straight Putts  Stack the foam pads under the flooring in around the spot you are putt to.
3. Left to Right Breaking Putts  For left to right breaking puts you will need 1 rectangular foam piece and one triangular piece (you can create the triangular piece by cutting a rectangular piece diagonally). Stack the triangular piece on top of the rectangular piece underneath the flooring on the left side of the golf ball.
4. Right to Left Breaking Putts  For right to left breaking puts you will need 1 rectangular foam piece and one triangular piece (you can create the triangular piece by cutting a rectangular piece diagonally). Stack the triangular piece on top of the rectangular piece underneath the flooring on the right side of the golf ball.
5. Subtle Breaking Putts  For subtle breaking putts, first, cut a rectangular foam piece diagonally to create a triangle. place the triangle foam piece underneath the flooring panel on either side of the golf ball.
6. Hard Breaking Putts  For hard breaking putts, you will need one rectangular foam piece and two triangular foam pieces. To create the two triangular pieces, simply cut one rectangular piece diagonally. Stack one triangular piece on top of the rectangular piece underneath the flooring panel. Place the second triangle to where the tip almost touches the tip of the other triangle underneath the flooring.

 

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