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I have a couple industrial driving range 5x5 mats but they are brutal on iron shafts and heads hitting off those hard mats; plus they dont give an accurate feed back on how well you are hitting the ball. Does anyone know of or more importantly, has tried or own a mat that can give a realistic fairway(and a possible rough) feeling shot. I have googled the internet and have found a bunch of companies that "promise" this but we all know about truth in advertisement. So I thought I would come to the board and ask if anyone has had any good ideas, encounters, or experience with this.

Thanks

Tim

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I bought one of these last month: http://stores.ebay.com/dwquailgolf/Residential-Golf-Mats-/_i.html?_fsub=1082755018&_sid=830875668&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322

It is awesome.  I use this with my hitting net in my basement.  The thick padding under the turf prevents shock from the concrete floor.  The $99 price tag may be high for some, but these are very durable and will last a long time.

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I have one of these: http://www.realfeelgolfmats.com/ at home.  Like it a lot.  Even bought the smaller version to take to the range with me (most of the ranges I go to have terrible mats).

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I have one of these: http://www.realfeelgolfmats.com/ at home.  Like it a lot.  Even bought the smaller version to take to the range with me (most of the ranges I go to have terrible mats).

I agree, these are hands down the best mats I've ever tried, and they are durable.

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Zeph, have you tried the birdie turf? Is it even better than that?

Edit: OH MY GOSH!!! That realmat is ultra expensive!!! No way I can afford that... *pouts*

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Originally Posted by TD22057

I have one of these: http://www.realfeelgolfmats.com/ at home.  Like it a lot.  Even bought the smaller version to take to the range with me (most of the ranges I go to have terrible mats).





Originally Posted by Zeph

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Originally Posted by TD22057

I have one of these: http://www.realfeelgolfmats.com/ at home.  Like it a lot.  Even bought the smaller version to take to the range with me (most of the ranges I go to have terrible mats).

I agree, these are hands down the best mats I've ever tried, and they are durable.


Thanks for the input guys...will have to try those out

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