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post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by rehmwa View Post

So I got that going for me.

 

Which is nice

post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Th3R00st3r View Post



Wow, that's steep. I could buy a $100 net for the next 8 years for that price.


Yes it is.  And you can repair what is behind the net when it goes through 3 times a year for 8 years and you can bend over and pick up thousands of balls tangled up in the non return style nets.

I used this the last couple of days and it is awesome.  I also bought the large grass mat which makes it even more expensive.

 

Bottom line if you have the finances for it I believe it is the best.  If you don't have the finances not so much.

post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by inthecup View Post

I picked up one of these after buying a $100 net last year and shooting balls through it in a short amount of time.

This net is high quality and performs as advertised.  I decided to just spend the money once instead of buying a new cheap net every year forever.

 

http://www.thenetreturn.com/golf/

This is really nice.  Not sure if I have a place for it yet, but definitely starting to consider the idea of practicing at home more often if I can.  Anybody know of a good place to look at mats?  The one they offer is $350, or you can buy the one that holds the ball, but isn't big enough for you to stand on.  Where does one find a mat similar to what you'd find at a range?  A big enough square, perhaps with a tray, that's hopefully not $350?

 

PS  I would never trust myself with the "net" in the OP.  Too small for my tastes :)

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