Vogue Magazine Features Jennifer Lawrence at PUTTING GREEN, a Two Trees Management and SYNLawn NY Installation

Over this Labor Day weekend, Vogue Magazine featured renowned actress and new mini golf enthusiast, Jennifer Lawrence, on an episode of ‘73 Questions.’ She chose Domino Park and its mini golf course PUTTING GREEN, to hold the interview. Not only is Jennifer Lawrence a fan of golf, but she is an advocate for environment sustainability and supportive of foundations that explore new and existing opportunities to protect our planet. Check out the full episode from Vogue’s website – Jennifer Lawrence answers 73 questions fans want answered as she explores PUTTING GREEN at Domino Park.

PUTTING GREEN at Domino Park is an interactive mini-golf exhibit that teaches the community about ever-pressing environmental issues and climate change, in an entertaining yet educational way. PUTTING GREEN features 18 holes created by partners – including artists and designers, community and school groups, environmental advocacy organizations, and public agencies all around New York City – that are committed to the many climate change issues we face today. Furthermore, PUTTING GREEN acts as a motivator for critical conversations regarding how to safeguard the environment as well as the Williamsburg waterfront.

The mini golf exhibits include the following:

  • Down the Drain
  • Whale Fall Fast
  • Capitalocone’s Melt
  • Higher Ground
  • Staying Afloat
  • Choices
  • Two Paths
  • Surge Garden
  • Ice Melt
  • Forest Fires
  • Humans Are the Key
  • Energy Efficient Buildings
  • Compost Fore NYC
  • Methane Madness
  • The Big Oyster
  • Fore-ward Thinking
  • Green It, NYC
  • Shoot the Breeze: Back to the Future with Wind

In addition, to make the course affordable for everyone in the community, PUTTING GREEN offers reduced admission costs. Earnings made from course visitors are donated to local climate change organizations in New York City, such as the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Newtown Creek Alliance.

PUTTING GREEN is Made Possible by Two Trees Management and SYNLawn New York Golf Greens

To make this environmentally conscious project possible, Two Trees Management Co. teamed up with SYNLawn New York. Two Trees chose SYNLawn because of its commitment to environmental sustainability. SYNLawn New York artificial grass is recyclable, made in the USA with soybean oil and sugar cane, and significantly reduce the use of petroleum-based polymers found in traditional artificial grass. Our New York synthetic turf installations cut down carbon emissions from gas-consuming lawn equipment and conserves tens of thousands of gallons of annually per installation. Thanks to our low-maintenance and high-quality product design, are customers are able to conserve valuable resources, time, and money on lawn maintenance.

Additionally, SYNLawn is the first and only provider of USDA-certified artificial grass in New York. Products with this certification contain more than 60% bio-based materials, making our New York artificial turf the safest, cleanest, and most eco-friendly in the industry. Lastly, our plant-based composition is made possible by our close partnership with US soy farmers..

We partnered with professional golf coach Dave Pelz to engineer artificial grass putting greens that provide a PGA-caliber performance. Our New York golf greens offer a realistic putt, true ball roll, and energy absorption to naturally slow down the ball and prevent an unnatural bounce. With state-of-the-art, maintenance-free golf greens in New York, you can practice your short game from your backyard or at incredible installations such as PUTTING GREEN.

For more information about PUTTING GREEN, please visit www.puttinggreenbk.org

For information about our golf greens or New York putting green installation services, contact SYNLawn New York and schedule a free consultation today!

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