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Look at the Callaway tri ball. I've had the 9x10 for a year now and only a couple of kinks which the company fixed, no charge. Customer service is top notch. Very easy to set up and use. One of the more expensive ones but worth the money. I regularly hit driver into it. I can also recommend the all turf mats. I've had one of the monster tee mats for almost as long and it's still going strong.
+1. I carry a sand bottle on my cart and fill my divots.
  I received the Tour B330-Rx. I've been playing for about a year and usually play the Pro v1 (because I get them for free from a neighbor).   - Durability      The first thing I noticed about the Bridgestone ball was the durability. After several holes there was little sign of scuffing at all. In fact I played two rounds before I tossed it into the practice bucket.   - Feel/sound    Noticeable softer feel and sound, especially off the putter.   - Distance      My...
Sure, I'm in. The weather is still ok here in central Cal.
I took a wiffle golf ball, tied about a 2 ft string to it and suspended it from my hat bill. I also slowed my back swing just a little which eliminated some swaying also. Another trick is to make the string long enough to suspend about 2 inches above the club shaft. If you pull your arms in or chicken wing your stroke, you hit the string.
I have to recommend this one for several reasons but here's the two biggest. First it's easy to set up and take down. I have a nice lawn where I practice and if I left the net up the grass would eventually die and the sprinklers would constantly soak the net, not to mention moving it to do yard work. To move/store it I just remove the back leg and lean the net against the house. Second the netting on the bottom of the net makes it easy to retrieve the balls. Just walk to...
Is this what you're looking for? http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw=extra+long+golf+tees&_osacat=0&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313&_nkw=yellow+cone+golf+tees&_sacat=0&_from=R40
I joined the local 9 hole course. No brainer really. $500 for the year. $200 of that is credit for the range balls, free golf before 1pm, and a great practice area, for members only, including a sand bunker and a chipping area. The course is very well maintained and just a pleasure to play.
I use  two balls to practice. Lay three balls down in front of you. Pick up the middle ball, now aim for the ball farthest away from you. When you hit on the toe again you'll move the inside ball. Nice easy swings until you get used to it. This video helped also. http://www.videojug.com/film/golf-how-to-cure-a-slice-the-3-ball-drill#playlist-urlname=golf-stop-hitting-fat  
I just bought the Callaway tri-ball 9x10 net and have nothing but good to say about it. The target is soft so it doesn't make a loud bang when you hit it. Another nice thing is collecting the balls is really easy. Walk around the back, tip it up and all the balls roll to the front. It's like all the other big nets in that it will blow over in the wind. I just use a bungee on the back leg and it works well. To move it I remove the back leg, leave the front leg assembled...
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