I had a net like this in the past and there were a few issues with it...
1.) The material of the actual net - was not very durable - golf balls would actually cause it to snag/rip and holes would form in the net over time.
2.) The netting material was too light - so you had to have a lot of room behind the net as it would allow any ball hit with power/speed to travel until the slack of the net had reached full tension. This was a problem for me as golf balls hit into the net would actually hit into the drywall behind the net... Until I realized the net needed to be moved into the middle of the garage - far from the wall.
3.) This created a new issue - needing sand bags or weights to anchor the net down so that it wouldn't move when balls were hit into it.
I ended up buying several large tarps and hanging them vertically behind the net to add a buffer since the net started to form holes.
If/when I get a new net... I'll be spending more money as you get what you pay for. And unfortunately these $100 nets aren't very durable.