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If you’re looking for a good weekend project, Lowe’s website offers instructions on building your own backyard putting green. Using wood, sand, paver base, astroturf, PVC, and a few basic tools — plus some elbow grease/quality time spent with the kiddo — this looks like a project you could do even without the big box. In fact, one online magazine dedicates a whole section to building your own greens that go beyond the 8′ by 8′ square.

We see a few potential concerns, though:  warped wood over time, protecting the green in winter months, and drainage issues since the flat turf and raised border can retain water.  Do you have experience building a green or ideas about how to improve drainage?  Post in comments and let us know!

Weekend Projects [Lowe’s]
DIY Backyard Putting Greens [Residential Putting Green Magazine]

 

2 Responses to Build Your Own Backyard Putting Green

  1. Like your post. Maybe synthetic grass source could help someone there.

  2. El Caganer says:

    I pooped on a rug once.

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