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TEE LINE TURF MAT/DRIVING RANGE MATS SWING TRAINING MAT


Lines permanently imbedded in the mat aid in teaching the correct swing and stance. MT-339 Standard Green 4-Hole Square 59” x 59” Mat $269.95


• Constructed from 1/2” Nylon Sports Turf • Set into a 1/8” liquid poured urethane base • 3/4” Foam Pad • 4 Holes • Weight - 35 lbs


Standard Green


10% DISCOUNT WHEN ORDERING 10 OR MORE MATS


TRUE TO TURF MAT


Extremely realistic “feel” imitates natural turf. Your Driving Range Customers can hit ball after ball without experiencing the bounce or resistance of a normal mat.


MT-475 4-Hole Square 59” x 59” Mat $389.00 • 11


/4 ” Crimpled Nylon Turf • 1/2” Foam Pad • Regular wooden tees will stick in the mat


MT-475


Create your own tee line by placing several


mats together


Easy Picker Tee Line Artificial Turf This new generation of nylon turf is the perfect surface for artificial tee lines.


The turf is manufactured from texturized nylon with 125 ounces of face weight which replaces the old sand filled systems. • 11


/4 ” pile height for a natural feeling hitting surface


• Turf will not crush out or become hard with daily use • Uses wooden tees, so no need for rubber tees. • Long Life


Installation


Can be glued directly to any concrete surface or can be installed over a crushed limestone base with a sod perimeter to keep the turf in place.


Please Call for Quote www.easypicker.com 800.641.4653 email: salesdept@easypicker.com 19


10% DISCOUNT WHEN ORDERING 10 OR MORE MATS


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