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What's the best indoor putting green?

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Just got one from Amazon but it is too easy.  Anyone really like a particular model?

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I got this one and I enjoy it.  It's definitely helpful for keeping your putts on line but might not do much for distance.  It's fun to play with while watching TV or drinking 

 

http://www.amazon.com/SKLZ-Accelerator-Ball-Return-Putting/dp/B003D6FFXK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1378999172&sr=8-1&keywords=indoor+putting

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Where is the best place to get the carpet he used to build that?

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I got some green outdoor patio carpet at menards for $30 or so when I did mine. Works great.
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I got some green outdoor patio carpet at menards for $30 or so when I did mine. Works great.

 

Thanks, I'll go check Home Depot and Lowes (no Menards here).

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There are two types, one that looks like it has plastic fibers and one that has more carpet looking fibers. I thought the carpet style one was better and it rolls very nice.
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I've been using the SKLZ Accelerator that I got through Amazon as well.  Quite happy with it really, though I wasn't thrilled to discover my upstairs hall has a distinct break to the left.  Not the fault of the putting pad though, and practicing to a break is okay once you accept it.

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I got the Puttist several months ago, it's not a true putting green but I use it quite a bit and I am pretty satisfied with my putting numbers.  The great thing about it is that you can hit up to 45 foot putts on it without having 45 feet of space/putting green!

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On the cheap BirdieBall. Very realistic for a roll of foam, especially if it's the double thick one. I have two 4x8 in my basement. It's big enough to chip on.

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I bought a Birdieball putting green. It's not a green, but instead it's a green piece of what looks like packing foam. I was completely underwhelmed by this cheap foam product.
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so are these birdieball greens any good? verry different ratings i see

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I've seen some of the other ratings. Don't know what they're thinking, but these putting foam surfaces look like cheap green packing foam. I wouldn't recommend them to anyone.
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