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I have had the Swingbox for 6 months and I love it. It doesn't take up much room in my garage and I really feel I get a good practice session in. I also have an Optishot golf simulator and both products have really helped me. I wonder how many other people on here have either or both products.

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I have had 2 other "traditional nets" over the years and they just took up too much room in our 2 car garage. This one takes up much less space and you can use just one ball if you like. I have a 4 by 5 ft, of carpet under it as well so the ball doesn't roll too far on the hard concrete. Go on you tube to see demos. Sometimes the ball shoots out too fast and I have to chase it but maybe 1 out of 10 does that. Also anything higher than an 8 iron might go over the net but I just stand closer with a short Iron in my hand. I also have an Optishot and these 2 products work seamlessly together. Yes, they are pricey but I'd bet you really like them. Remember you generally get what you pay for!

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They currently have a promo code for Fathers' Day. FDSFREE gets you $30 off and free shipping. Figured I'd share for those considering it. Too steep price wise for me but it looks cool.

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Pretty sure if I had a swingbox or trackman of any sort, any sort of social gathering would turn into a drunken long-drive contest for the boys while the girls sat inside and talked about the varying shades of their lip gloss.

Sounds pretty awesome.

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I want a Swingbox so bad. It looks like a sweet product and would actually save me some jack that I throw down hitting balls at the range. Hoping to pull the trigger on one this year.

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