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HAs anyone had favorable luck with creating a safe and effective net? 


Right Handed 

:taylormade-small: SIM Max, 10.5 deg, Ventus Red 5 reg

:taylormade-small: SIM Max 3 Rescue 19 deg, Ventus Blue 6 reg

:taylormade-small: SIM Max 4-PW, KBS 85 reg 

:taylormade-small: ATV Grind Wedges 52, 56, 60 deg, KBS 85

Lamkin Crossline-Midsize grips on all swinging clubs 

:odyssey-small: Stroke Lab, Black One, 35"

:bridgestone-small: e12 soft; Tour B RX

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I made a net in my garage out of PVC / zip ties / netting.  Ordered a net from Just for nets (#18 high impact net) and it has held up pretty well for the past 2 months of use.  I hit probably 2 - 3 times a week.  Out of precaution i extended the right side wall in case of any shanks that could hit a car.  So far so good, total cost was under 100 bucks for all materials.  

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Here is a good thread on this. 


:callaway-small:                      Epic Flash Sub Zero 9.5* (Ventus Black 6X) 45"

:taylormade-small:             M5 15* (Ventus Black 7x) 43"

:callaway-small:                      Epic Flash Sub Zero 18* (Tensei AV Blue 70 X)

:srixon-small:                     Z585 4-5 (KBS C Taper S)

:srixon-small:                     Z785 6-AW (KBS C Taper S)

:titelist-small:                      Vokey SM8 55 08 M (KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                      Vokey SM8 59 04 L   (KBS 610)

:bettinardi-1:                Studio Stock 28 Slotback 33.5"

:bridgestone-small:       Tour BX

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Look for "mesh cargo net" from your local auto parts supply store. Usually will come with reinforced grommets for tie downs to fasten it to whatever frame you want to use and come in a variety of sizes. I used 1-1/2" plastic plumbing pipe for my frame. In the future I will look for a place to hang the net with a rope and a pulley so I can lift and drop it as needed and there is no frame to deal with. The frame was double the cost of the net, so hanging with a rope and pulley or hooks will greatly reduce your overall cost in addition to being easier to handle. 


:cobra-small: F9 Driver 9*, 5-6 FWY at 17*

:cobra-small: Baffler 2H/5H

:ping-small: G700 4i, G410 5-UW, Glide 2.0 54, 60*

:taylormade-small: TP Berwick

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