When you factor in the cost, functionality, and durability, the pop- net from Rukket Sports is a great option for most golfers . I reviewed it several years ago, and it is still the driving net that I use to practice at home. Your golf ball is easily absorbed by the net and gently returned to your hitting zone.
4 Great Practice Net Options
|The Net Return Pro Series||$695||7’6″ x 8′|
|Callaway Tri-Ball||$72–$199||6′ x 7’–9′ x10′|
|Elite Caddy 2-in-1||$70||7′ x 10′|
|RukkNet Pup-Up||$169||7′ x 10′|
FORB Portable Golf Net. Sokey 2M Golf Hitting Net Outdoor Indoor Foldable Golf Practice Cage Driving Hitting Net Training Aid. PGA Tour Pro Size Driving Net with Carry Bag. PGA Tour – Perfect Touch Practice Net. Longridge 4-In-1 Golf Chipping Net. Golf Chipping Net by Longridge . ProAdvanced – ProApproach Pop Up Golf Net.
Often, mats have concrete or rubber underneath them. Depending on your swing , your club may come in contact with the underneath surface, and it can increase the speed of a club’s deterioration. It can especially hurt irons. Obviously, creating a divot is impossible when hitting off of mats without using a tee.
‘Deliberate practice’ sessions hitting golf balls into a net is good practice for all golfers . The convenience of nets allows more frequent practice while the lack of distraction of seeing where golf balls go enables players to focus better on ‘feeling’ how swing changes affect their ball striking.
They won’t hurt your game, but the value they bring at the price they cost isn’t a worthwhile investment. However, if you are an avid golfer , looking to shave those last few strokes off your game, or compete at your Country Club, a golf simulator is invaluable.