The driving range

The driving range is often the first place on a golf course that members or guests visit. Our products are always of the highest quality, so every golf club can be confident in its driving range. Our mats have been provided by the same German supplier since the 1990s.

If you would like to offer a grass teeing ground option that’s always open, allow CL 1201 to integrate in front of the mats or where you want your teeing ground.


  • Quattro and Original are high quality range mats with double shock absorbtion and a lifespan of 5-10 years.
  • Combi is a 3-piece mat with double shock absorbtion, where only the playing mat is replaced. The mats are laid in an aluminium frame that can be attached to the ground. They also fit on a standard EUR pallet to make them cheaper and more environmentally friendly to transport.
  • The C75 ball tray is available in green and black. We also supply C100, which is circular, and C125 in red rubber.

Grass teeing grounds are in great demand but are rarely open as they wear quickly and require a great deal of care. CoverLawn® can cope with heavy loads and has been tested by tournament players for guaranteed durability. The damaged area requires two to three weeks to repair itself. Keep the mowing height at fairway height and choose the size of the surface according to the use. Move it using ropes as you would normally do. Some players don’t understand that they practice from grass and keeps hitting on the same CoverLawn® spot. Here you will need to repair the damaged area.

Robots are increasingly common for mowing and picking. The grass around their charging stations is subject to a great deal of wear. CoverLawn® reinforces this area, giving you a green, natural surface and clean robots.

Calculate your own CoverLawn® cost.

Example figures in the table are for illustration only.