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Testers ANNOUNCED Spornia SPG-7 Hitting Net


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Jordan/Grosse Pointe Woods, MO

Have You Ever Used a Hitting Net-

Do you use any sort of LM with one-

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John / Houston, TX

I've never owned a hitting net, but I have used couple at my friends' houses.

No, I do not own a LM myself, but used my friends.

Thanks for the opportunity, hopefully I can practice at home instead of going somewhere 20 mins away.


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Darwin from Woodland, CA

i use a net in the backyard now, tent stake setup with string tie downs to keep it from moving back and forth.  
I do not have a LM, they are still too expensive for us recreational golfers

Thanks for you consideration!  Keep them in the fairways and greens

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For whoever wins, congrats & enjoy your net.

Gary,  Bethalto, Illinois

Have i Ever Used a Hitting Net?  Not 1 of this size.  A couple of times i hit into a huge net @ a range

Do you use any sort of LM with one.  I wish, folks tell me they aren't for Left Handers.  probably the less expensive ones that i could afford anyway.

Thanks MGS for the opportunity!

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   Birdies & Pars to everyone !!

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Mike Westfield

I have a hitting net in the basement.  The first net was a Skilz net and that lasted about 4 months.  Currently I have been purchasing nets from Amazon and have them hanging from the ceiling of the basement.  

Skytrak launch monitor. 

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Jeff Hamlin

Walnut Creek, CA

I have used a few different nets, including indoor homemade version and modified baseball bownets. I also have 3 kids into golf that will be part of testing a net. 

I do not have a launch monitor but considering getting one this year. Likely a Flightscope Mevo. 

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I'll be following this review as I think a net is in my future.  I don't really have a good full swing indoor space right now though... so That will be a spring thing I think.  

I'll be interested to see how well the net holds up if any of the testers have a less than permanent setup.  Hopefully all the seams and threads can hold up to that well.  Just found out Ill be working from home until at least the end of April, but I don't think I'll be back to the office 5 days a week anytime soon even if we do start going back to the office.  That leaves a great amount of time for some lunch time practice. 

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Really excited about this review. Have been looking into nets since the pandemic started but just haven't green lighted it yet. The Spornia model looks great. Reviews early were strong as well.

But I'm going to stay out of this one. Reviewing the Hogan UiHi right now and want to be out on the course as much as possible. And the weather in Arizona is perfect to do so. I know there's alot of colder climate guys that have no golf to do other than hit into nets, so hopefully some of those guys win. Good luck all!



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Tommy/Edmond Oklahoma

I had a Callaway Freestanding Golf Net that I used for years, but it eventually became unusable due to the fiberglass poles cracking and splitting.  I left it out during the summer months, but the weather elements took a toll on material slots which the fiberglass poles inserted through along with the poles.  The net itself held up, I believe, because of a hanging target flag/cloth which I pinned to the net with pins.

I recently purchased a Haack Golf Net from Rukket Sports and also their Protection Side Nets.  This net didn't have a target flag/cloth, so I purchased a Spornia Golf Net Target (5' x5') from Amazon.  This additional net target helps with the rebound of the balls (I like the sound it makes with a solid hit) and it should help with the longevity of my Haack Golf Net!

I use two launch monitors when hitting into my Haack Golf Net, a Voice Caddie SC300 and a PRGR Black Pocket Monitor, to give me a feedback comparison on my launch stats.

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Walt....Asheville, NC.


I believe it was Hogan who said "the answer is in the dirt".  Or in this case, the net.

I do not currently use a net for practice though I have the space to do so indoors in the winter and outdoors all year.  I had a homemade version a few years ago that was helpful during the offseason.

Don't have a launch monitor though I have access to one from a buddy of  mine.








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Mark Nelsen

Grand Island, NE

As an avid golfer who loves tinkering and working on the game, I would love to test this net. I have been thinking about getting a net and mat for off-season garage work. I have used nets, but only in fitting centers or indoor ranges, etc. I do have a launch monitor I use outdoors regularly and would use for indoor work as well. I have been playing for 50+ years. Keep up the great work guys - love reading all your content. 

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I currently have a Haack golf net set up in the garage that I use daily, sometimes with a launch monitor. Since I have the space I’m able to hit every club in the bag into the net. My biggest complaint on my set-up is that I’m unable to keep balls from not bouncing all over the place when they come off the net and hit the concrete floor. I have bought carpet padding and used heavy blankets to try to remedy this problem. The lower net near the ground in the picture of the SPORNIA net looks like this would be good for ball control coming off the hitting net. I would love to try it out and report back. I’m retired but my previous job included writing technical reports. I’m confident I could do a good job as a tester

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Ryan, Minneapolis, MN

I used a hitting net as a kid. I would hit balls for hours in my front yard. Made my ball striking very consistent. 

I dont currently use a LM, but am looking for something to simply track CH speed and ball speed for now. Want to build that up over the winter. 

Maybe my wife will stopping complaining about me chipping in the carpet...


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Bryan from Idaho Falls

I've never used a net but have been looking into buying one soon to keep my game up to par with winter setting in.

No launch monitor but would probably borrow a buddies at some point to add some numbers to my practice sessions.

Really looking forward to this review!

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