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She almost killed me ahahahah
I also have an outdoor skytrak bay i am finishing and will post very soon!

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4 hours ago, Wondergiulio said:

She almost killed me ahahahah
I also have an outdoor skytrak bay i am finishing and will post very soon!

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I told my wife I was putting together a place to watch movies on a big screen. Then it was hey look what else it can do! I can hit golf balls into it too. It was the dog house after that. Didn't appreciate the bait and switch. But they do all watch movies on it too.

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Here's mine.  It's basically a 10x10x10 cage net supported by props and bungees, as I need to put up and take down every time.

I had to upgrade the net to this one recently as i skied my driver over the previous one (8x8 pop up type), luckily the neighbours tree got in the way and stopped it, but it made my 'cheeks' clench a bit.  I am currently refining the net hanging to narrow it at the back, so my wife can get past more easily.

I also got a SkyTrak about a month ago, which makes it so much more worth the time to set up (15 to 20 mins from stored away to starting hitting).

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Couldn't take it anymore before some of the lift here in the state of Michigan was removed. I decided to build out what I call an el-cheapo Optishot golf sim 

 

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23 minutes ago, GolfSpy Stroker said:

 

Do you take payments for range time?

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Just now, Lacassem said:

Do you take payments for range time?

Dunkin credits only.... 😁 

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I'm liking the Mevo. It is definitely on my wish list. I have a Rukket Haak pop up net with the tri-turf mat and a Rukket pop-up pitch and chip target. They are currently in my basement but I can't hit full shots due to the low ceiling. When the weather warms up in Central NY, its all getting moved outside.

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On 4/16/2020 at 1:02 PM, GolfSpy Stroker said:

I was looking at the OptiShot 2 - seems like a lower cost alternative to the much more expensive SkyTrak system but the accuracy isn't quite accurate.

How do you like it as a simulator?

Opti spot hates my swing. It likes people who sweep the club more then it's aggressive divoters

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1 hour ago, Erik-M said:

Opti spot hates my swing. It likes people who sweep the club more then it's aggressive divoters

Thanks for the input - this seems hit or miss with the bad outweighing the good .... I'm going to have to figure something else out.

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5 hours ago, GolfSpy Stroker said:

Thanks for the input - this seems hit or miss with the bad outweighing the good .... I'm going to have to figure something else out.

You have to get everything right with OptiShot 2. The lighting has to be correct. You have to set up each club based on your typical flight path, and speed. Non reflective clubs need a strip of white electrical tape on the sole of the club to pick up the club correctly.  Sweepers can tend to show slices and hooks due to not being close enough to the sensors. A slight divot is prefered with the irons if you installed a thicker turf. Once it's set correctly it works great for what it is.  I can play a round in an hour and only get one or two flyers. You can use a mulligan on the flyers if you feel the need. If you really want something better there is a steep price associated. Wasn't in my budget!

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On 5/1/2020 at 12:16 PM, Pandaman said:

Here's mine.  It's basically a 10x10x10 cage net supported by props and bungees, as I need to put up and take down every time.

I had to upgrade the net to this one recently as i skied my driver over the previous one (8x8 pop up type), luckily the neighbours tree got in the way and stopped it, but it made my 'cheeks' clench a bit.  I am currently refining the net hanging to narrow it at the back, so my wife can get past more easily.

I also got a SkyTrak about a month ago, which makes it so much more worth the time to set up (15 to 20 mins from stored away to starting hitting).

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Do you think a PVC pipe style of cage would be sturdy enough to not blow over without the use of tie downs like that?

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21 hours ago, beelzeberto said:

Do you think a PVC pipe style of cage would be sturdy enough to not blow over without the use of tie downs like that?

Possibly, but I would avoid the thinner pipes as they will be too flexy.  I wouldn't trust it in a stiff breeze either.  I think sone form of 'anchorage' would be wise.

I think it would be tricky to have an easily put up and taken down one with those too.

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Possibly, but I would avoid the thinner pipes as they will be too flexy.  I wouldn't trust it in a stiff breeze either.  I think sone form of 'anchorage' would be wise.
I think it would be tricky to have an easily put up and taken down one with those too.

A boating trick might work better for you. In the northern climates where boaters need to put a tarp over the boat they build a frame out of electrical (steel) conduit. The benefit in addition to no flex is that the connectors for the pipe have set screws so it's easy to assemble and disassemble. For a hitting net 1/2" would probably work

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I recently setup a net in my backyard, and my backyard slopes down. I need to add some blocks under the net to raise up the height. With my low trajectory shots, plus not being that far away from the net, didn't think I would ever hit the ball over the net. To be safe, I faced the net toward the direction of a virtually abandoned barn that is on the other side of my fence. Somehow, I have managed to hit a ball over the net over the fence a couple of times in the past week. And both times, the next day someone was working in the yard by the barn. I only see someone over there like twice a year...

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Rukket net for me.  Also putting in the basement on the carpet.  Looked into a putting mat, but the carpet does a fairly good job and speed isn't too terribly off.  

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