5+ Free Indoor Putting Green Plans

We have 5 Indoor Putting Green Plans listed. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to practice your golf putting indoors. These five plans should give you some great ideas for some DIY
Putting Greens. One of the plans is a Simple Putting Green for your kids to have fun with too.

My favorite indoor putting green project comes from TheSandTrap.com. Eric gives you detailed instructions for building an 8×8 foot putting green with three holes. He has 10 step-by-step instructions with great construction photos and illustrations.

Another really good plan comes from Georgia-Pacific. This single cup plan is l-shaped and is 12 feet long. They have a great materials and cutting list with good diagrams and a finished project picture. There are also 8 steps of written instructions.

Finally if you would rather have an attractive outdoor putting green Popular Mechanics Magazine has a good plan for that. They give you 7 layout ideas with 5 holes. For the subsurface they recommend concrete or asphalt. Then you cover that with synthetic turf. The article has good diagrams and written instructions.

Build Your Own Indoor Putting Green Photo
Great detailed plan for a 8×8 foot putting green with 3 holes. Multiple construction pictures and good written instructions.
Indoor Putting Green Plans Photo
Build an Indoor Putting Green with this plan from Georgia Pacific. A fun project for your basement.
DIY Indoor Putting Green Picture
This single hole diy putting practice green from Eye Line Golf is 8 feet long and is easy to build.
Kid's Indoor Putting Green Image
How about a cute kid’s indoor putting green using a towel, some cardboard, a plastic cup and some tape.
Build Your Own Putting Green Image
An easy to make single hole putting green plan from Puttacup.com that is 8 feet long.
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Patio Putting Green Photo
This 12ft Patio Putting Green from Popular Mechanics Magazine could be cut in half for an indoor putting green.
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Build a Backyard Putting Green Image
This simple putting green plan from Popular Mechanics is 12 feet long with a 10 foot put.

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