M. PorterSenior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Answered on Mar 07, 2019
Hockey is played on many surfaces. However, artificial turf is what is preferred, and if hockey isn’t played on pitches that are wet. It can prove to be something that can make a difference in the wearing factor for the carpet and effect playability overall in a significant way.
The ball is more likely to be chipped while playing like this and that can have huge repercussions on a game that strives on a hard ball. The players can undergo sever injuries if they slip and fall on a rough turf.