Golfers are gear heads, equipment nerds and endless tinkerers, so when one of those late night infomercials comes on promising instant results after having a few drinks, we listen a little more intently and have a tendency to get a little click-happy online.
With the PGA, Web.com and Champions Tours all starting their respective 2017 seasons in tropical locales like Hawaii and the Bahamas, many golf fans in cold-weather climates watched with some jealousy in their hearts. These first few weeks of January are the perfect time to get a jump-start on the new year’s resolution to play the best golf of your life this year.
Stuck inside all winter with your game rusting is no way to get better, so check out Big Moss Greens. Regardless of whether you’re trying to find a training aid to groove your stroke, or if you simply want to have an indoor putting green that doesn’t curl at the ends and fire your ball back at you, Big Moss Greens has you covered.
Partnering with Michael Breed, one of the most well-known and best teachers in the country, Big Moss Greens offers a putting surface for players of all skill levels and ambitions. From their Focus Point and Birdie Path training greens, to their multi-cup indoor putting systems, BMG has you covered.
One of the best parts about the Big Moss Greens system is their break snakes, which allows you to adjust the pitch of your green. Gone are the days of simply hitting putts straight down the line every time. If you struggle with left-to-right sliders or right-to-left hookers, the break snake will have you more confident over those putts in no time.
Depending on your price range, Big Moss Greens can start as cheap as $79.99 and go up in size and price to over $1,500, meaning there is a happy medium for every budget.