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· Too Short? Cut it Again!
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No reason not to use the shape for something if you are going to fill it in anyhow and you would use it as a putting green. Make sure you cap off all the plumbing, electrical connections and follow guidelines/code for "decommisioning" the pool.

I guess converting it to a more shallow, natural, waterscape element that did not require chemicals another possibility.

I guess my only concern would be whether a putting green would appear to potential buyers as a waste of space when it comes time to sell the house. Anything to do with the game of golf (perfect way to ruin a good walk) would be lost on me.

If golf and putting practice is your thing I think it could be fun to have a putting green handy. You could probably hang a net and have some tees for plastic ball driving practice too?
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