MasterSport - Golf

Driving Ranges

A driving range is an area where golfers can practice their golf swing. It can also be a recreational activity itself for amateur golfers or when enough time for a full game is not available. Many golf courses have a driving range attached and they are also found as stand-alone facilities, especially in urban areas. Distances are usually marked by target greens at regular distances. Driving ranges may have natural grass, similar to a golf course, or players may have to use synthetic mats that resemble real turf.

Masterfibre offers a high quality synthetic insert mat (700mm x 400mm) for golf driving ranges.

Keeping your feet firmly grounded has never been this easy with Masterfibre rubber matting with a hard wearing top layer 8 - 10mm thick and shock absorbent and impact resistant layer 15 - 20mm thick.

Please note that the rubber mat has not been designed to hit off and can be damaged by clubs striking its surface.