Firm Turns Tennis Court into ‘Golf Course’

September 16, 2011 by   - () Leave a Comment

Fort Sill GolfCourt installation

Adventure Golf Services of Traverse City, Mich., turned the tennis court at Fort Sill Army base near Lawton, Okla., into a GolfCourt, a golf learning/practice center. The Fort Sill model includes five driving stations, six contoured chipping stations, a two-person sand bunker, a 1,300-square-foot contoured putting area, open space for group instruction or relaxing, retractable safety net separators, an overhead ball containment net, second cut rough perimeter and golf surround graphics. At Fort Sill, optional 6-foot high photographic images of golf course scenes – mountain ranges, coastline and fairways — are hung around the entire perimeter to immerse players in the environment and create the look and feel of a real golf course. Adventure Golf Services has designed, constructed and installed its products in a variety of venues in 32 states and more than 10 countries, including for the Mall of America, General Motors, Royal Caribbean and Ripley Entertainment. For more information about GolfCourt, go to or call (888) 725-4386.


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