Birdie Ball Indoor Putting Green Review

Birdie Ball Indoor Putting Green Review

By Paul Liberatore



Time to read 4 min

Some of the largest challenges in golf is the amount of space it requires to play or practice and the weather permitting factor of the outdoor sport. BirdieBall is addressing both of these issues with unique practice product offerings that can help golfers shape their game year-round and at their convenience. The BirdieBall indoor putting greens make practicing golf more accessible and fun. The questions that we had to ask of the BirdieBall practice green were can they simulate the demands of golf in an easy-to-use package. The answer was a resounding yes.

Key Features

BirdieBall indoor putting greens feature a variety of green speeds and helps players simulate real putts by using a similar grain that is seen in outdoor putting greens

Every BirdieBall putting green can be rolled for simple storage and lays flat every time for extended durability.

BirdieBall putting greens can be custom designed to fit almost every indoor golfing space.

Design and Technology

The BirdieBall putting green is built with true-rolling engineered foam materials. This foam is enhanced with nodal grains that create a flawless putting surface that varies in speeds both up and down grain just like on a regulation putting green. 

Each green comes with pre-cut holes and inserts that enable golfers to build in custom breaks in whatever space they have available.


  • The indoor putting green from BirdieBall simulates the real rolling patterns of golf balls on outdoor surfaces and creates a more realistic practice environment.
  • BirdieBall putting greens store easily and show excellent durability as golfers walk across them and putt from various angles.
  • Custom option BirdieBall putting greens will accommodate almost any space and golfers can create unique pieces for their homes and offices.


  • The BirdieBall indoor putting green surfaces tested far better on hardwood and firm surfaces when compared to carpeted areas.
  • While the putting experience delivered by BirdieBall is superior to most competitors, cheaper options may be better for golfers looking for a budget-friendly indoor setup.
  • BirdieBall practice putting greens do not offer any visual aids to help golfers rehearse their putting motions.

Our Experience

We could not have been more impressed with the BirdieBall putting greens in terms of real-life simulation and quality. The BirdieBall putting green is the perfect solution for golfers looking to build a custom indoor space. Either at home or at the office BirdieBall putting greens are highly customizable and can fit in almost anywhere. The grass-like enhancements of the BirdieBall greens create more versatility as they can be left out full-time or stored when not in use out of the way. The grain of the putting surface mimics outdoor putting beautifully and gives players the same sensations they will experience when standing over putts during their rounds.
Getting a few reps in with your flat stick can be a great way to improve your game quickly, especially in the colder winter months. 

BirdieBall putting greens are a great way to make your practice more efficient and more like the real deal. Golfers can now save time and money by not having to travel to their courses to practice their putting and the added convenience of having the green to yourself will help players practice more and shoot better scores faster.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Are the Best Surfaces to Use the Birdieball Indoor Putting Green On?

The best surfaces for the BirdieBall Indoor Putting Green are level, hard floors. Using proper putting techniques and accessories, like alignment tools and mirrors, can enhance your indoor golf practice.

Can the Birdieball Indoor Putting Green Be Used Outdoors?

Yes, the BirdieBall Indoor Putting Green can be used outdoors. Its durability makes it suitable for outdoor use. The product’s design and materials ensure it can withstand outdoor elements while providing a true putting experience.

How Does the Birdieball Indoor Putting Green Compare to Other Similar Products on the Market?

Compared to similar products, the BirdieBall Indoor Putting Green offers exceptional features like RollTech technology for true rolls, durability on hard surfaces, and portability for easy storage. It stands out for its realistic putting experience.

Are There Any Recommended Maintenance Tips for the Birdieball Indoor Putting Green?

Maintaining the BirdieBall Indoor Putting Green is crucial for optimal performance. To ensure longevity, I recommend regularly cleaning the surface with a damp cloth and mild soap, and rolling it in different directions to prevent wear. Additionally, practicing speed control will enhance your putting experience.

Is There a Warranty or Guarantee Offered With the Purchase of the Birdieball Indoor Putting Green?

Yes, there’s a warranty and guarantee included with the BirdieBall Indoor Putting Green. Their customer service is responsive, and they have a solid return policy. I’ve found them helpful and accommodating.


BirdieBall has found a streamlined way to bring golf to more people, in more places, and at more times of the year. Players looking to practice golf at their own convenience and without the constant costs of driving to their local course can now practice putting at home at their leisure. The BirdieBall putting green offers golfers a chance to work on their games in a way that truly translates to on-course success all within the comfort of their home or office. Many putting greens cannot offer the same type of speed, break, or true-putting feeling of the BirdieBall green. As home practice becomes more involved with the consumer golf market, BirdieBall will continue to offer golfers state-of-the-art solutions for one of the most important parts of their game.

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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