StarPro 10'x3' 5-Holes Pro-Am Professional Practice Putting Green. Realistic Practice of Your Set-Up and Putts All Over the Green. Not One Boring Direction. Indoor/Patio/Poolside. Lower Your Score!
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- 1,000's of Long Challenging Putts From All Over The Green. Play Hole to Hole With Our 9 Hole Terminate Play Pattern (Flag Decal Included)
- Pro-Am Turf Rolls True w/Feel & Speed of Country Club Bent Grass. No Ramps, Folds, Sponge, or Unnatural Platforms.
- Starball-A Center Focus Target Stops the Golf Ball and Shows Right or Left of Dead Center on Every Single Putt. You Can Also Create Breaks. (See Product Description)
- Improve Your Game, Lower Your Score and Years of Fun for Family and Friends
- Superior Turf, Multiple Targets and Unrestricted Access Delivers Putting Practice that is as Real as it Gets.
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Included- 1-3x10 Putting Green, 5-Starball Cups, 5-Starballs and 5-12” Flags, 1 Set of Number Decals 1-9, Instructions and Rules for 5 Putting Games. Turf Specs: 32 oz. Nylon Face, Rubber Pre-Coat, Action Back, Aquatech Non-Skid Base. Speed is Stimp 10.5 Out of the Box. You Can Reduce the Speed to 9 by Back-Raking with Any Leaf Rake and Vacuuming with a Beater Bar (Leaf Rake Will Not Hurt This Green). All 5 Holes Have Plugs (Two Tabs to Keep Them In), So You Can Choose to Have 1 to 5 Holes on Your Green (Green Comes with 5 Starball Cups, Flags and Starballs). Breaks Can be Created by Placing 12”x12” Ziplock Freezer Bags Filled with ½ - 1 up of Any Sand Under the Surface. Bonus 2” Challenge Hole to Fine Tune Your Putting Skills (No Cup). Patent 6,287,213.
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It came in a plain long rectangular box. It's essentially a flat oval shaped rubber mat. Now, I do wish it had edge bumpers to keep the ball from rolling to the netherworld but then that would not be exactly a flat surface.
The mat has perforations for 5 holes: 2 on one side and 3 on the other. To remove the perforated openings, I simply cut the edges where they're tethered and voila! A round hole. Trust me, it's easy to do. How do the holes fit into the scheme of things? Well, there is a small round plastic tray that fits on the underside of the mat. You then place one of the spongy balls through the flag pin as the directions will direct you to do. Then place the pin into the center of the tray. So it's a makeshift hole but it's level with the green so there is not uneven bump. It fits perfectly.
Surprisingly, I thought it would take time to get the curves out of the mat coming out of the box but it was flat and didn't have curled edges - as you would see unrolling your favorite poster.
In one direction, the putting surface (against the grain) is slow. It feels like a 5-6 on the Stimpmeter (estimated) - very similar to a Municipal Course green where it is like that always. The other direction is smooth as glass and I would put the pace closer to a 10 or 11 - like it felt at TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course without the undulations or the heat!
The speed can be adjusted by raking but I was happy with two different speeds. Contours can be added by placing things under the mat.
I had placed my mat on hard concrete in the basement. This is quite long and wide enough.
The details are well planned and it feels like a well made practice green. Your only other alternatives are going much further up in price for larger greens but that requires more space or significantly more money.
It gives me enough variety and versatility to keep me engaged for the winter until it's time to play real golf. Putting is one of those things that you lose the feel for doing unless you do it a lot and often. This beats those limited use putting tracks with automatic ball returns which is not as natural as putting to two different holes. Although with the mat size, I prefer to practice with one ball.
I'm very happy with my purchase. Two thumbs up!