Want to be able to hone your game in the comfort of your own back garden? Here are some incredible back garden golf setups...

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Best Back Garden Golf Setups

When it comes to backgarden golf setups, Dave Pelz is king. The short-game guru has a paradise of a back garden. He has a replica of TPC Sawgrass’ 17th, Pebble Beach’s 14th and 17th, and Augusta’s 12th.

Dave Pelz’ back garden (@Golf.com/Pelz Golf Institute)

Pelz isn’t the only man to have a replica of TPC Sawgrass’ 17th. Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has his own version

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Here’s Tiger Woods’ Jupiter Island, Florida home. He has four greens, all fitted with sub-air systems, with different styles of bunkers, contouring and grass.

This is reportedly the back garden of commentator Peter Kostis. Just look at that revetted bunker…

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And how about Mark Wahlberg’s back garden? Insane.

We like this one. Let the kids play on the trampoline whilst Dad hones his putting stroke.

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Nascar driver Kevin Harvick has the 12th at Augusta in his back garden. Lucky boy.

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Here’s Rory McIlroy’s childhood home near Holywood Golf Club, Belfast. The Ulsterman’s house was fitted with an artificial putting green and indoor swing studio.

This is a sweet setup, allowing putting, chipping and full swing practice.

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A nice big green with a bunker, a tee box…oh and even a ball washer!

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Plenty of pin positions, some sloping and a bunker complete with rake. Nice.

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We love this downhill short par-3. Plenty of room and seats for an audience, I bet this is great at parties.

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A nicely done green with six pin positions and a water feature.

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A big green with a deep bunker, nice.

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Look at the detail this goes too, even incorporating a hazard. We’re not sure if this is actually a back garden, but if it is then wow.

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