Golf nets are a great when you want to practice golf at home. They are also very good for golf simulators and many golf clubs have them so their members can practice.
The problem with many golf nets is that it is either very bad quality and they tend to break after a few thousand balls or it can be troublesome to regain the ball from the net.
Most people that use golf nets just have a basket of golf balls and hit a dozen and gather the balls from the net and go again. Sound like the best solution and as many might tell you is not so bad. You at least get to practice golf at home using your golf clubs and golf balls which is important over the closed season if you want to keep in shape.
The Net Return Golf Net has come up with a solution to both problems mentioned above. They have created a golf hitting net that is very strong and the best part – and where the name comes from – it will return the ball back to the position it was hit from. It takes about 2-3 seconds for the ball to go from the tee, into the net, and roll back to the starting place which increases your practice time.
The Net Return is also very well built and the net is extremely strong which is very important for a golf hitting net.
The Net Return is 7′ 6″ tall, 8′ wide and 3′ 6″ deep which means that wherever you are able to swing a golf club – requires 9 feet – you will be able to set the Net Return up.
It can be used inside, in your living room or garage, or outside in the garden or wherever you want to practice your golf. It is very flexible and takes only 5 minutes to set up. It it also very easy to store and transport and it comes with a Duffle bag and weights only 28 lbs.
This is among the best golf nets on the market today and works in practice exactly as advertised. What we found was that you can use just one ball which you just hit again and again which build up muscle memory for your swing.
It should be pointed out that a golf mat is recommended as hitting a golf ball without it can be a drag.
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