I like the net. The 3 tiers are nice for evaluating accuracy - although with my game I'm happy enough just putting balls in the net. The net is a little hard to open and close but overall not a problem.
I love this net for hitting golf balls in the yard. I followed someone else's advice and drove two eight inch lengths of 3/4 pvc water pipe into the ground about ten feet apart and it makes the set-up and take-down of this net a joy. The ends of the frame slide into the pipe and hold the net securely. I love the way the frame assembly joins together so easily and holds the net in place. Assembly and disassembly is accomplished in just minutes and it stores away in a small plastic pouch. I enjoy setting the net up on weekends and hitting a bucket of balls or two and putting it away for the rest of the week. I would recommend this to anyone who has room in their yard for a needed sports net.
I had a net like this that lasted me over 10 years. When it finally got a hole in the net, I went searching for a replacement. I tried 3 other types of nets but eventually returned them and bought this net and so far it is just like the one that lasted 10 years.This net will stop any shot and there is no sound when the ball hits the net. (Other nets use a nylon sheet in front of the net and those nets make a very load noise when hit by a golf ball.) It is basically two dimensional (there is no depth to it) which means it takes up less of my yard. (The last net was like a tent.) I don't know if the net will last 10 years but so far, so good.If you only plan on using your net outside and you have grass (the ends of the supports go into the ground) buy this net and save a lot of money in the process.
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