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Tom, Pittsburgh, PA

I have used hitting nets year round for 30 years, both the pop-up style and ones with pole supports.  I have an area set up with a full size driving range style mat and use video to analyze my swing.  For the past year I have used a Garmin G80 to get stats and simulate playing courses, but I still miss out on the left/right dispersion.

 

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Michael / Prescott, AZ

The first time I signed up to utilize an indoor practice facility during the cold/ snow months when I lived in Colorado.

it would be great for me and my golf playing neighbors.

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On 11/12/2020 at 10:59 AM, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Testers Wanted (4)

During these days that COVID-19 has restricted many things, one area that has thrived admist the shutdown and restricted activities this spring, were golf practice items. Yes, we're talking about practice, and so is Spornia. It's SPG-7 net has been in high demand since the spring. Oh and did we mention it finished 2nd earlier this year in the MGS Best Golf Practice Net's Buyer's Guide?

So pandemic aside, heading into winter where one of these would set up nicely and very quickly in a garage or backyard is the perfect time.  Spornia is going to let four of our readers test, review and keep a SPG-7 and report back to the community your thoughts

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In a post below please provide the following information:

First Name/City State

Have You Ever Used a Hitting Net

Do you use any sort of LM with one

We'll be choosing the testers late next week, so check back to see if you have been selected.   Please do not quote this post in your reply.

 

Eric/Grand Rapids MI

I've hit into a variety of non portable net but with a LM. I just visited a friend that has a portable net setup in his garage. It motivated me to start looking at one for myself. I have a heated room with a high ceiling to use all winter.

R1 Driver, Steelhead 5/7/9, MP60 5-PW, SM7 60/56/52, Spider putter

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Dave

Freeport,IL

Don't have a LM but this net would work nicely in my heated garage this long covid winter.

 

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My spornia is on its way back from the states, should be here next week 😁 I've used multiple nets, izzo, etc. and really like durability of the hitting pad I got as a replacement for my izzo.

If you want a free review let me know! 

Have access to Mevo+, and projector 😉

 

Kyle - Lethbridge, Alberta

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WITB: 

Driver: Taylormade M5 - Aldila Rogue Silver 70-X

3&5 Wood: Taylormade M5 - Hzrds Smoke Black 60X

4-PW: 2011 Taylormade MC, 1/4" long, 2deg up, KBS 120g TourX

50,54,58 - Taylormade MG, Kbs Tour S

Putter - Tour Edge Wingman 03 - Face balanced, Armlock w/ 2x Superstore 5.0

 

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Gary from Kentucky.

I have a net (very heavy duty and no idea of the brand) that I got from a friend almost 30 years ago. It had been rolled up in my garage for several years. My college golfer son put it up under the deck so he could practice and when covid hit, we couldn’t go to the course. Boredom set since we couldn’t go anywhere and I started hitting balls every night. Odd irons one night, even the next. 80- 100 balls. Now I have been hitting several days a week and my handicap has been steadily declining. The only good thing about covid I have found. Now I am thinking of adding some kind of launch monitor to get more feedback. Still looking at those.

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Eric Alpena, MI

Yes, I currently have a Net Return Pro

Yes I have a SKyTrak launch monitor

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John - Lubbock, TX

I have never owned/used a hitting net, though have been considering one as of late. Would like something fairly compact that sets up and breaks down easily, and this appears to fit the bill. 
 

I do not own a launch monitor, but do have a friend with a hitting bay and launch monitor set up in his barn. I’m sure he would allow me to bring this net over and work out on it with his monitor. 

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Nathan Moya

Los Osos, CA

I haven't used a hitting net, but I've been considering one because of shorter days. 

I have a Mevo that a friend is planning on letting me borrow since he is unable to swing a golf club right now. I'm looking to use a net and LM in order to dial in yardages as i gear up for competition. Cheers. 

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