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The Interesting Setups With a Mat and Net Thread

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There are some obvious places you find a hitting area and some not so obvious ones. Post them here! 

This looks like a restaurant:

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Boston

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New backyard?

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When you get bitten by the bug and want to practice, you find a way. How do you not admire the passion?

Not so much a net, probably rubber balls.

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I have a mat in my office. We rent and the carpet is ghetto x100, old commercial carpet that was ready to be replaced when we moved in 14 years ago. It looks like hell but it's carpet over concrete with many defects and it's better than just about any artificial green I've used. So between that and the mat, I hit floppy balls against the partition, I have a pretty good practice space. I use the office to get my steps in too, I've paced 5 miles in here when it's too snowy to be outside.  

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This is a few years old so may have been discussed back then but given the thread topic, seems fitting to mention it:

Some guy documented his effort to build an in-home golf simulator:  https://mediocre.com/forum/topics/home-golf-simulator-buildout

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2 hours ago, boogielicious said:

I call it my La La Land golf studio! I bet @nevets88 would like one too!

I do this too. Once in a condo, the room was huge, like 25 foot ceilings and wasn't using a net, so ball hunting a lot, the security guy saw me on camera, thought I was using a real ball, showed him it was a foam job, let me play on, then the workout folks started filing in, game over. Need to buy one of those.

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Garage - I use the clamps to hang a blanket also (after putting a hole through the net.

 

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nothing new here, just a few extra touches after piecing remnants from storm damage to 10x10x10 cage.

I should also note, that I removed a section of the cross piece in front as if you hit it, it will shatter! (it still could, but it has a little bit of play in it to minimize that happening).golf_net_3_001.thumb.JPG.50d15eeb24f23c03db0292fa6645c452.JPG

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I thought this was a basement, but is an indoor range.

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This is definitely not an indoor range, biggest mat, evah.

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On 3/6/2017 at 3:50 PM, Golfingdad said:

That one reminds me a bit of @boogielicious practicing in a dance studio. ;)

 

How have I never seen this?? @boogielicious how were you not constantly worried about breaking something?!

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