For over a decade, ProMounds has provided high quality artificial turf for baseball and softball applications, batting cage netting, windscreens and much more. ProMounds maintains a 45,000-square-foot turf warehouse in Chatsworth, Ga., and a 20,000-square-foot location in Brockton, Mass. They are A+ rated from the Better Business Bureau and are members of the Synthetic Turf Council.
ProMounds portable pitching mounds are made out of heavy-duty, high-density foam and are covered with ProMounds Rubber Armor Technology. The combination of the foam core and the rubber armor distinguishes ProMounds Portable pitching mounds as the durable and lightweight models on the market today. Choose from over 15 game or practice portable pitching mounds. If you see a portable pitching mound at a tournament, chances are it is a ProMound!
ProMounds' line of Jennie Finch softball pitching mats helps softball pitchers train year-round.
ProMounds carries a wide line of high-quality, durable L-screens, sock screens, field screens and more. ProMounds also provides replacement netting and padding for all of their screens.
Since 2001, ProMounds has been the leader in batting cage design. They have designed and installed custom batting cages in over 400 facilities across the U.S.
ProMounds artificial turf has been used for batting cages, indoor sports facilities, and much more. Want your field to look like the pros'? ProMounds' complete line of field maintenance and marking equipment is perfect for all levels and types of fields.
Purchasing an indoor practice pitching mound is a very large investment. Most successful youth, high school, or college programs have these mounds for indoor practice. If you are fortunate enough to be in a warmer weather state you can invest this money elsewhere, however in those cold weather states it is a necessary evil! A good indoor practice mound will cost a program over $1,000, but as pitchers get older it is very critical when they are practicing pitching they use a...