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Testers ANNOUNCED Spornia SPG-7 Hitting Net


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First Name/City State: Josh (Clarkston, MI)

Have You Ever Used a Hitting Net: Yes

Do you use any sort of LM with one: Yes, PGR

- Josh 

Clarkston, MI

Ping G410 9* Driver

Ping G410 14.5* Fairway

Ping G400 19* Hybrid

Callaway Epic Pro 4-P

Callaway MD4 50*-55*-60*

Odyssey #1 Versa

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Ishan, Washington, Connecticut

I have used a net setup at home in the past which I used indoors and outdoors.

I have been able to use the recent indoor feature on my Rapsodo mlm on nets and alongside other launch monitors (trackman, gc4, skytrak) this year. 

I'm a 17 yr junior and my last net broke a few months ago after a 4 years of hitting; would love to have a net to test thoroughly and use over the winter to prepare for the spring season!

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Sean / Alameda CA

I last used a hitting net about 15 years ago and have been looking to get one again, along with a LM to practice at home. I’ve been looking into Rapsodo and Mevo LM, but it never occurred to me to research nets!

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Jeff / Southlake TX

Yes, I own a Rukket hitting net right now

No, but I will probably purchase a LM sometime in the not-too-distant future

My :1590477705_SunMountain: C-130 cart bag currently includes;

Driver: :srixon-small: z565 10.5*, Miyazaki Kaula Mizu 6 S-Flex
Fairways:  :callaway-small: X-Hot 15* & 18*, Project X PXv R-Flex
Irons: :benhogan-small:Apex Plus, 4-PW, Apex S4-Flex
Wedges: :cleveland-small: CG10; 50*, 54*, 58*, Dynamic Gold W-flex 

Putter: :odyssey-small: White Hot Pro Blade #2
Grips: Golf Pride MCC-Plus 4 & Lamkin UTx
Ball: Kirkland Signature 3-Piece 

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Westport, CT

Yes, I have used (in order of preference) (i) net return pro series, (ii) Maxfli performance hitting net and (iii) this non-branded net.

I have a GC quad that I use regularly with my net return pro series, which I have set up in my garage.  I'm curious about the spornia net since the net return pro is not easy to take down and takes up a lot of space.

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Jared | Athen, TN

I have used an outdoor practice net in the past. It was purchased at a big box store in the golf section. It was not worth the purchase after only 1-2 sessions of hitting. It would not hold shots even with a small target barrier, and balls went flying through the net. 

I do not own a LM, and have only used ones at golf store hitting bays and during a driver fitting a decade ago. Willing to test one of those as well. 

D- TM SLDR 10.5*
Titleist 909H 13*/ TM M2 21*
I- Titleist 695CB +1.25” 
W- Vokey 52/56/60

P- Scotty Stainless Newport 2.5


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I had a net system set up in the 3rd garage of our previous home. Our new home has enough room to set up in the basement. Overall the previous net had some deficiencies, so I do not plan on using it. I just bought a new set of cobra irons and as I begin another Minnesota winter with retirement close at hand, I can assure you that I would put this to a great test!!

Thanks for your consideration...I am a former 10 hdcp that is now a 13. So I am motivated.


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Mike / Topeka, KS

I have not personally used a net for practice but I've purchased them on at least 2 occasions as gifts for friends. I have a small city park across the street from my home and there is a lot of traffic that goes by hourly so this Spornia net would get some exposure when I take it over there to swing away.

I have not used a monitor of any type as I haven't used a net personally. A friend has recently retired from the game due to physical issues and has offered to let me have his monitor to try. This would be the perfect time to take him up on his offer!


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Ive used the ruckett sport Indoor/Outddor hitting net.  I gave an excellent and in-depth review on that product when it was first being offered a few yrs ago.


Ive never used a LM, mainly due to the fact I can’t afford 1.  But would love the opportunity to review this product if given the chance.

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I would love to be able to test one of the nets, I haven't used one but can see the need for one living in the north east not much opportunity to practice or play in the winter

James A. Chandler

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I just spent the last week researching nets online and was about to pull the trigger on the Spornia but I decided to save some money and build one myself in the garage using a net I bought on ebay.  Still waiting for the net to arrive but I would love to give the Spornia a try.  

I have used launch monitors but don't currently own, however I'm considering getting one as a Christmas present to myself.

My goal is to 'perfect' my iron game over the winter so I'm ready to throw darts come Spring time.


Driver: PXG 0311 Gen 5  Motore F3 7x

3 Wood: :callaway-small: Mini 1.5  Matrix Ozik Black Tie 80x

7 Wood: :ping-small: Rapture 20*  Fujikura Fuel X-stiff

Irons 4-U: :ping-small: I E1  PX 6.5  Maroon Dot

Wedges: :ping-small: Gorge 54* and Tour-S 58*

Putter: :cleveland-small: Huntington Beach Soft 8  43" Armlock

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Chuck Harper

Overland Park, KS

Have used a practice net once, many years ago for driver practice. Love them. My neighbor, who plays often and in the 70's, used one.

I need to practice driving to get over my slicing. My wife is brand new to golf and definitely could use this at home without running to the driving range.

Up Chuck

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Jeremy  Sherwood Oregon

I have a sports net that kids used to use for lacrosse and soccer, but never hit a golf ball into it. 

I do not use a launch monitor. I just haven't pulled the trigger on one yet as cost is always huge issue for a guy who plays 25-30 rounds a year. 

Epic GBB driver 10.5 turned down to 9.5 Hzruds 6.5 smoke shaft. 

Titleist U15 1 iron 

Sub 70 699 Pro 4-AW 

Sub 70 3 utility 19*

Callaway 56 and 58 wedge. 

OG White Hot #1 putter

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Joe / Midlothian, VA

I have never used a hitting net, and have not used an LM. I am trying to get back into golf after a number of years and would love the have the opportunity to practice at home rather than driving to a range!

Callaway Mavrik Max 9.5*

Cleveland Hi-Bore 1i 16*

Tommy Armour 3h 18*

Golfworks Tour Cavity Forged 4-PW

Warrior GW, SW

Ping Pal 5 

Golf Pride CP-2 Blue Wrap grips

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