Do you need a playable Island Green for a short-term event? If so, our custom-built Island Greens are the perfect entertainment choice for corporate outings and promotional events, as well as fundraisers, golf tournament parties and other large social events. We offer an 18’ x 28’ kidney-shaped Island Green and 28-foot circular Island Green for rent, as well as a 25-foot inflatable green for those who require a fast, do-it-yourself installation process. Both Island Greens come infilled with sand, making the greens more authentic and receptive to good shots. Our Island Greens hold good shots, they don’t repel them—a must when giving out substantial prizes or trying to impress a client. We’ll deliver and install both Island Greens, as well as take them down.
Over the years, our temporary rental greens have appeared on screen as well as on the infield of one of the most prominent racetracks in the world. Our clients have included ESPN, Red Bull, New Era, Fox Sports and Walt Disney Pictures, just to name a few. Some of our favorite rental projects include:
2009: On two separate occasions, we towed the 18’ x 28’ Island Green about a mile across the Atlantic Ocean into a small bay in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass., where it was used for a scene in the 2009 movie, The Proposal, starring Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock. The scene features both Reynolds and Craig T. Nelson, with Nelson hitting several balls to the aqua green.
2015: Several days before the 2015 Daytona 500 NASCAR race, we installed a custom-built 30’ x 35’ links-style green on the infield lake opposite the finish line at Daytona International Speedway. The purpose of the Island Green was to promote the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay in Washington, which was also to be televised by Fox Sports. It was also used for a closest-to-the-pin contest between LPGA Tour star Paula Creamer and PGA Tour Champions and NASCAR drivers Michael Waltrip and Denny Hamlin
2018: If the infield lake at Daytona wasn’t odd enough, several years later we did a promotional event on the busy Chicago River for the upcoming KPMG Women’s PGA Championship to be held just outside of Chicago. The event featured defending champion Danielle Kang and former Chicago Bulls basketball player Toni Kukoc. It lasted all of about 10 minutes because of rain, but the backdrop of downtown Chicago and the tall skyscrapers was breathtaking.