Most creases/lines in putting green materials are mainly at the edge of a roll. During manufacturing, the roll is tightly wound for packaging. When the finished product is “machine rolled”, the edge is attached to a cardboard core/tube, pushing into it the face of the putting green surface leaving a “crease/line”. When the rest of the roll is tightly rolled to completion, it mashes the edge that was connected to the carboard core/tube roll. This also could be from rolls stacked on top of one another. Some crease lines may end up more into the roll. As frustrating this can be, with a little patience the crease/line can be removed.
This month ASK JW will give his tips and trick on putting green creases and how to make them go away.
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