Artificial Grass Taking You to the US Open

The US Open Championship is the annual open golf tournament in the US. This is the second major of the year in golf as part of the PGA Tour. This year, the tournament began on June 16th and weather permitting should be finished on June 19th, also known as Fathers Day. It moves around different courses each year, but this year is being played at Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania. Last year Jordan Spieth took the championship.

If Pennsylvania is a bit too far to go to feel apart of the celebrations, we have the solution for you, your own personal putting green! If your dream is to take part in a major one day, then why not get all the practice you can at your own doorstep. Many pros use our artificial grass putting greens and chipping mats for practice in the off season and in their own homes. Synthetic Turf Canada is able to design custom greens to work with the space we are given so each project is entirely unique for our clients. If this is something that interests you, give us a call to discuss what we can do for you! 1-800-279-TURF (8873)

artificial grass putting green

Have you joined our annual golf pool yet? It’s a free, online pool that continues on through all four majors of the year. We have prizes for each major, and then a grand prize for the overall winner of the year! This year’s prize is a roll out putting strip for the grand winner! Enter today to join in on the fun! (Details below)

 

Details to enter our golf pool:

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Instructions for joining the pool entitled ‘CanadaSTI’
1. Go to http://www.runyourpool.com/join/?id=40091
2. In the Join Password box, enter ‘synthetic’ (without the single quotes)
3. Fill out the form information, including a personal username and password. (Rest assured, this information will NOT be sold or utilized for spam email under ANY circumstances.)
4. Once the tournament field has been finalized, enter your picks, with the ability to change them right up until the tournament’s first tee time.