Artificial Grass Tee Line FAQs

Artificial tee lines and tee mats are synthetic surfaces created to replicate live grass surfaces used in golf. Such products offer a hard-wearing, low-maintenance option to traditional grass, fit for driving ranges, golf courses, and home use.
Artificial tee lines and tee mats are typically made from high-quality artificial fibers like nylon or polypropylene. Such materials are used for their toughness, resilience, and ability to replicate the feel and performance of real grass.

Artificial tee lines and tee mats provide numerous advantages, like:

  • Durability: Stand up to heavy use and extreme weather.
  • Low Maintenance: Need minimal maintenance compared to natural grass.
  • Consistent Performance: Offer a consistent golfing surface year-round.
  • Budget-friendly: Cut expenses related to watering, mowing, and fertilizer application.


Yes, most artificial tee mats are engineered to be compatible with standard golf tees. These mats often include a dense, woven design that firmly grips tees stable, allowing for a true-to-life playing experience.

Installation generally involves:

  1. Surface Preparation: Clear and smooth the space on which the tee line or mat will be set up.
  2. Base Layer: Place a base layer of crushed stone or gravel to allow for adequate drainage.
  3. Mat Placement: Position the golf mat on top of the base layer, confirming a secure fit.
  4. Securing: Anchor the mat using suitable fasteners to stop sliding.

We highly recommend getting a professional to install it. Check out the installation process here.

Maintenance is easy and includes:

  • Routine Cleaning: Brush off dirt and debris and wash with a hose to keep the surface clean.
  • Inspection: Regularly inspect for any damage or wear and tear and address concerns immediately.
  • Rejuvenation: Occasionally lift the fibers with a electric broom to keep the upright position

Yes, artificial tee mats are created with your safety in mind. They ensure a steady and uniform surface, minimizing the chance of injuries associated with rough or worn traditional grass.
High-quality artificial tee lines and tee mats are designed to withstand most weather, like intense sun, rainstorms, and freezing conditions. These mats are UV-stabilized to stop fading and wearing out from extended sunlight exposure.
The lifespan of artificial tee lines and tee mats depends on the frequency of use and the type of the fibers. On average, they can last between 5 to 10 years with appropriate maintenance.
Yes, artificial tee mats can be customized in size, thickness, and appearance to satisfy particular demands. Contact us to explore personalized choices!