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  • More Practice for City Dwelling Golfers Thanks To Golf Netting

    More Practice for City Dwelling Golfers Thanks To Golf Netting

    Durable golf netting has made it possible for golf enthusiasts to practice their swing in areas with limited available space, such as in cities or even the golfer's own backyard.

    The inability to see the full trajectory from the ball when practicing their swing is really a small price to pay for city dwelling golfers. Golf barrier nets in driving ranges prevent golf balls from flying too much and causing property damage or injury, and golfers are at least capable of seeing the first flight. In most cases, the first trajectory of a ball is enough to tell if it was hit well, and when it would've gone where the golfer had planned.

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    The feel of hitting real baseballs instead of training balls is also important for golfers. Since real golf balls are made to go the distance, by enclosing their own areas with golf netting, driving ranges can secure adjacent property from damages that may result from a wild ball, or perhaps a perfectly hit ball.

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    Top quality golf netting is usually made from heavy duty nylon, with heights ranging from 10 to 40 feet, and lengths from 20 to 100 feet. The nets are also bonded with UV inhibitors, which protect the fabric from damage caused by constant exposure to elements. Golf nets will also be tested to handle up to 125 lbs. of pressure, making them strong enough to handle anything that a golfer might swing its way.

    With safeties and securities under control, golfers can just focus on their practice.

    Added by Charles & Parker on Thu, Jun 14th 2012