Golf Nets

Golf Nets

Post by Bruc » Thu, 23 Jan 1997 04:00:00


Anyone know of a place on the web, or mail order to get a
GOOD golf net.  I'm looking for the type that is truly a box
that you hit into, perhaps about 9' square.  

I have the number for 1-800-GOLFNET, but I would like to
look around a bit more.

Bruce

 
 
 

Golf Nets

Post by Michael Mor » Thu, 23 Jan 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>Anyone know of a place on the web, or mail order to get a
>GOOD golf net.  I'm looking for the type that is truly a box
>that you hit into, perhaps about 9' square.  

>I have the number for 1-800-GOLFNET, but I would like to
>look around a bit more.

I bought from Par-Busters (find little ad in back of Golf Digest and
other magazines).  Nice folks, ship promptly, nets go up easily, seem
to be a good value.

--Mike

 
 
 

Golf Nets

Post by Michael Mor » Sat, 25 Jan 1997 04:00:00

Quote:
>>I bought from Par-Busters (find little ad in back of Golf Digest and
>>other magazines).  Nice folks, ship promptly, nets go up easily, seem
>>to be a good value.

>Durable??  What sizes do they offer?

The frame looks like it would last forever, galvanized tubing.  I
don't know about the netting.  It's nylon, and I've only had mine a
couple of months, but I guess it would compare with any other nylon
netting.

Par-Busters smallest net is 7' x 9' flat, and they have anything up to
9' high by 10' wide by 20' deep.    The one I bought is a strange
shape, 9' high , 6' wide at the top front and 12' wide at the bottom
front, and about 7' deep.  It was $235.  1-800-933-6387.

I've also got a catalog from DB Enterprises 1-800-444-6387.  They have
just one net, 9' high, 9' deep, and 10' wide.  It appears cheaper at
first, because it doesn't include poles, and it may be if you have a
bunch of PVC pipe or electrician's conduit*** around (or if you
have trees at exactly the right spots).  Once you add up the poles, it
costs about the same as my net, but it is bigger if you have the room.

--Mike