SIGPRO Tap In Putting Green
Introducing our new line of SIGPRO Putting Greens.The SIGPRO Tap In is a small green that features 2 putting cup locations giving the golfer a set distance to make putts. The construction of the base allows for a slight lip along the border of the putting surface that can act as bumper railing to keep balls atop the green. The premium, true roll turf is similar to a well-manicured bentgrass green with a stimp speed of 10.
The Tap In measures 11’9″ in length, 3’11” in width, and 2.5″ in height. Designed to fit in a smaller space, the Tap in is our second smallest putting green.
- Premium Putting Turf (Stimp Rating 10)
- 2 Putting Cups
- (12) High-Impact Polymer Plastic Panels
- Interlocking Assembly Instructions
SIGPRO Tap In Features
Premium Putting Turf
All of the SIGPRO Putting Greens feature premium putting turf with the realistic look and feel of what’s found at the finest of golf courses. The green features a true roll speed rating similar to a 10 rating on the stimpmeter that gives the golfer confidence of practicing on firm but not too fast greens. Make the putts on the SIGPRO greens and you’ll likely make more on the real course.
The premium turf also allows easy access to add undulations and breaks with our foam undulation kit.
Straight Putt Design
The SIGPRO Tap In putting green features a straight putt design to best fit your space. Practice long putts on the straightaway and choose between 2 different putting cup locations.
The Tap In is our second smallest SIGPRO putting green and was designed to fit in most rooms & spaces.
The SIGPRO Putting Greens feature a quick and easy to assemble design with a numbering system that makes assembly a breeze. Utilizing a solid base structure made of interlocking, high-impact polymer plastic tiles, the combined putting surface allows for an incredibly realistic performance.
SIGPRO Tap In Specifications
- Length: 11’9″
- Width: 3’11”
- Height: 2.5″
- Panel Quantity: 12 panels
- Putting Cup Quantity: 2 Putting Cups
A putting green is a small, smooth and level area of grass, typically found on golf courses, that is specifically designed for putting, the last and most delicate part of the golf game. Putting greens are usually made of high-quality grass such as Bermuda grass, bentgrass or fescue, which is closely mowed to a height of around 1/8 inch to provide a fast, true surface for putting.
Putting greens are usually small in size and are surrounded by a closely mowed area of grass called the fringe. They are typically located near the clubhouse or practice area, and may have a variety of slopes, contours and undulations to provide a challenge for golfers.
Putting greens are an important part of the game of golf, as the ability to putt well is often the key to scoring low. Golfers spend a lot of time practicing their putting skills, and many courses offer putting greens as part of their practice facilities.