Description:2300 sq ft putting green with fringe, multiple cups, chipping wedge, drinking fountain, benches, garbage cans - all for kids
Wants:A professional looking design with multiple colors to differentiate the putting green from the trim, highlight the accessories like benches, garbage cans, drinking fountain.
Don't Wants:a basic elementary drawing like I have, I need something with dimension and colors to make all the components stand out and look appealing.
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