Tel: (501) 744-5592 | Mail:

FaceBook Twitter

Golf Design Process for Synthetic Turf

The National Greens design team creates different variations to show minimum and maximum budget consumption.

You can request different options and quickly visualize how they will appear once constructed on site. Our goal is to give the client exactly what they want at the best value possible.Our design process involves first discussing the hopes of the client in regards to the options, scale, and budget involved. Second we carefully survey the project site in order to understand the natural landscape that will be worked with. Detailed designs and budget are created then presented to the client for approval. Once approved, work quickly begins and soon your project comes to life before your eyes. Highly detailed project designs and extensive communication with the client have led to countless satisfied customers as well as award winning home landscapes. We understand a design needs to be as unique as the clients we serve. As honed designers we produce every project as if it were our own. Passion in design trickles down through all stages of construction. Please browse some of our favorite project designs.


New Synthetic Putting Green,
The Villas at Northwood Creek in Maumelle, Arkansas

Click Here to Enlarge



Click Here to Enlarge




Plead Download Adobe PDF Viwer if you cannot see the files above.

National Greens Headline News

  • John Zieske has been named 2010 South Western PGA Professional of the year. Head PGA Professional at Alotian Golf Club, Rolad AR. 35th Annual Nike Cup Match Champion. Jon has also been awarded the 2005, 2007, and 2008 President's Council Award.

    Read More... »

  • Synthetic turf installed in North America annually conserves more than three billion gallons of water, eliminates nearly a billion pounds of pesticides and fertilizers, and recycles more than 105 million used tires.  It has also empowered millions of individuals as well as businesses to reduce their carbon footprints.

    Read More... »