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2020 Official Member Review: Spornia Practice Net


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Hey testers, have a question for you - does the white strap the runs down the center of the bottom panel match up with your bulls eye target? 

Mine does not. My target is a bit off to the left - which makes my OCD a little crazy. Just curious if it’s just mine or if any of you have the same thing. 
 
Also, anyone adjust the target sheet?  I can’t really move mine to the right to match up w the line. Again, just curious what your experience is. 

I think mine is left of center by a few inches...

And I never tried to adjust the target! I always move my hitting mat to hit target if I’m working on draws or cuts...


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I finally was able to get out this evening and pair the Spornia and the Divot Board in a practice session. Weather has been crazy here the last couple of weeks lots of really windy and rainy days when

Ok everyone, I have a video of the assembly process of the net. I did have issues with the roof, I probably should have assembled it before standing the net up. It's one of those you live, you learn m

Messed around with the flat setting on my G410 plus today: I may have stumbled onto something... Anyway I gave the net the business today: full speed swings at 115+ mph with the Driver. Next session

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Sorry it took so long, but my final review is up!

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@Rtracymog excellent review and it was well worth the wait. Hopefully once the golf season opens up for your team, you'll see them pounding balls into the net. I think it's an excellent idea to use the net for those times you don't have a range. I'm planning on using mine for that on the days I play Falcon Pointe (which I will from now on call Eagle Fang, thank you Cobra Kai) here in town because they don't have a range. 

Like you, I can see why it was rated so highly by MGS and honestly could have easily been #1, imho. 

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On 12/11/2020 at 8:59 AM, Rtracymog said:

there’s actually Velcro underneath the mat that helps it stay stable and in the same place

I wondered about that - if that was the intent and if it really worked. I staked mine down, mostly because I never folded it up, just laid it flat. But will soon find out how it does untethered. Have been curious about the Velcro. I still haven’t figured out what to do with the ties/cords on the side where you insert the poles...

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7 hours ago, WaffleHouseTour said:

I still haven’t figured out what to do with the ties/cords on the side where you insert the poles...

I would think you could tie some tent stakes to them and have a little extra stability for the top portion of the net. I almost tied them to my deck, but figured they might ride up and down the posts and possibly fray. 

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[mention=66377]Rtracymog[/mention] excellent review and it was well worth the wait. Hopefully once the golf season opens up for your team, you'll see them pounding balls into the net. I think it's an excellent idea to use the net for those times you don't have a range. I'm planning on using mine for that on the days I play Falcon Pointe (which I will from now on call Eagle Fang, thank you Cobra Kai) here in town because they don't have a range. 
Like you, I can see why it was rated so highly by MGS and honestly could have easily been #1, imho. 

Thanks! I appreciate it. I absolutely love the name change (Cobra Kai is an amazing show)!


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I just wanted to jump back on the thread here and add a couple of things now that I've been taking this thing up and down to go to tournaments. You definitely NEED to watch a video on how to take it down. I tried reading the directions and once you get to a certain point, you just need to see it done. You're hearing poles creak and you don't want to snap anything! After doing it a few times now, I can do it no problem, but the initial 2 times, I needed the video.

Also, has anyone noticed that their net tends to blow over fairly easily in the wind? I've increased the tension and it helps, but we've been doing some wedge practice using the net as a target and I've had to go out and stand the net up a few times when it's been a bit windy. One of my side poles seems to not want to stay in it's spot in the wind.

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4 hours ago, Rtracymog said:

I just wanted to jump back on the thread here and add a couple of things now that I've been taking this thing up and down to go to tournaments. You definitely NEED to watch a video on how to take it down. I tried reading the directions and once you get to a certain point, you just need to see it done. You're hearing poles creak and you don't want to snap anything! After doing it a few times now, I can do it no problem, but the initial 2 times, I needed the video.

Also, has anyone noticed that their net tends to blow over fairly easily in the wind? I've increased the tension and it helps, but we've been doing some wedge practice using the net as a target and I've had to go out and stand the net up a few times when it's been a bit windy. One of my side poles seems to not want to stay in it's spot in the wind.

I agree completely with needing to utilize video to learn how to take the net down. The instructions are ok, but being able to see it in action helps tremendously. It's pretty easy afterward and you'll be able to get it down quickly once it becomes second nature.

As far as the wind, it's definitely one of the biggest issues, it does like to blow over. I've had several days that I wanted to put it up, but once I got home and the wind was howling I decided better of it..

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