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Something New For The Driving Range: Golf G-Mats

5.06pm 14th March 2014 - New Products

Golf G MatCrazy Putt, headed by Gary Smith, previously with World Golf Systems, inventors of TopGolf in the UK and USA, is delighted to announce the launch of Golf G-Mats.

Manufactured to a very high standard in Italy and exclusively available from Crazy Putt in the UK and Eire, different versions of this technically advanced golf mat provide the ideal solution for all golf applications.

The unique modular construction of every Golf G-Mat enables the simple replacement of any individual tile on the hitting surface, rather than the whole mat, therefore providing a real economic solution for every golf range operator.

Utilising this modular design we can also supply bespoke mats to suit various alternative hitting panels, but at a far more competitive cost.

Each Golf G-Mat is very forgiving, highly durable and ideal for teaching and every-day use at a busy golf facility.  The unique tapered shape of the artificial grass provides a golf mat with a much softer feel so it creates increasing resistance as the club head hits the surface – similar to what happens on real grass!

Extensive tests conducted on the Golf G-Mat show that it retains its characteristics of durability and flexibility several times longer than a regular golf mat.  They are also covered by a 12 Month Manufacturer’s Warranty.

For more information please see or call Gary on +44 (0) 7803 391549 to discuss prices and specific requirements so that you can prove to yourself and your customers that Golf G-Mats provide a cost effective solution to you and a high performance product for your customer.

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