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I'm looking to invest in a golf practice net, looking for some advice.

I see I can get them pretty cheaply on ebay. How reliable or these ones?


Anyone have any experience with this model or brand?


Also, if yall know of any others I can get cheaply let me know! thanks

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i had one year ago and keep using, it works for pratice, not commercial grade but worth for the money, it helped on my golf skills, i decide to buy it after i see the reivew http://www.amazon.com/product-reviews/B003XGK9IG/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1

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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.

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I bought a RUKK Net and LOVE it.  It practicly sets itself up, and can be taken down in about 30 seconds (if you take your time).  It is more expensive than the Callaway, but in my opinion, it is a much better product.  I bought specifically because it is so easy for one person to set it up and take it down (which I need to do as I cannot leave it set up in my backyard, or the Arizona sun...not to mention my kids...will destroy it).  It is also very durable.  No joke, first swing I took I smacked the pole with my 3W...I've since learned the proper distance to stand from the net...and there wasn't the hint of a dent.  Absolutely no complaints.

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