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Looking for a good putting mat

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I decided to start working on my putting after my round yesterday. I fell in love with a putter and picked it up immediately(Scotty California Monterey). I'm looking for a putting mat to practice at home on. Does anyone know of a good one that isn't too expensive. I was looking at the SKLZ Accelerator Pro, which is the second best seller on Amazon. Any ideas? Amazon Top Sellers: http://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Sports-Outdoors-Golf-Putting-Mats/zgbs/sporting-goods/3411381

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Wow, those are pretty awesome. I would love to pick up one of the bigger ones, but the cheapest one is only 39.99. That's pretty hard to pass up for that kind of quality. I just need to decide between one of these and the Accelerator Pro. That 9'x2' is pretty tempting too...Thanks!

"9 ft. l ong x 16 inches wide, one cup, was $80. Now $39.99"

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There is a promo if you keep reading the information when you buy the Birdieball green at the end of the checkout in the comments if you type in upgrade it will upgrade you to the next size for free.

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I have one and I think it is pretty decent overall and the best value out there. It is a piece of foam though. I don't stand on mine (I have the one that is like 2x9) but I can imagine if you did it might cause long term compression. I think the tour links and a couple of others are better quality but they are like 2-5x the cost. I figure for home practice I mainly want to work on hitting the ball on a line so the birdie ball is more than good enough. I am not sure the options to add break really add much value. At the end of the day an inside putting green is not very realistic. It is too flat. However that makes it ideal for practicing line and to some extend speed (if you can make it long enough).

Originally Posted by VegasRenegade

I am also looking at getting something to use at home leaning toward the birdie ball putting mat.

http://www.birdieball.com/customdocs/PuttingGreens.asp  Reviews are good and the price is right.

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