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I have been looking at The Net Return Pro Series V2. It’s a bit expensive, but is it worth it?
 
https://www.thenetreturn.com/products/pro-series-v2
 
Also looking at the GoSports model below.
 
https://www.playgosports.com/products/gosports-golf-practice-hitting-net-huge-7x7-personal-driving-range-indoor-or-outdoor
 
Opinions on these two? Any other I should consider?
Thank you in advance.

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Also check out spornia. We have had a few reviews on it here and testers have generally really enjoyed the product. 

At the very least worth a glance!

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Driver:   TBD: Follow here: Driver Shootout! 

Wood:    :cobra-small: King SZ 3 wood 15.5*

               :ping-small: G410 Crossover - 4 iron or others....

Irons:     :Sub70: Sub70 659 TC Raw 5-Aw w/ KBS Tour 90 Stiff Black PVD

Wedge:  :ping-small: Glide 2.0 54* 58* w/ Nippon Modus 105 Stiff

Putter:   :odyssey-small: Stroke Lab 7 35* and oversized grip (2019 Tester)

Balls:     :taylormade-small:/:titleist-small: (currently testing)

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I bought this one going on 3 years ago now. It appears to be very much like your GoSports option.

When I bought it, I also purchased a separate net, but just that, a net. Anticipating the 10' x 7' set-up to maybe be too flimsy. I figured that I'd need to drape extra netting over the frame just to be safe. Well, the extra netting is still in its unopened box because the hitting net has been just fine as is. It's been kept outdoors the entire time, but on a patio with protection above. It's very much served its purpose.



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Golf Net 10x7ft Portable Golf Practice Net w/Carry Bag for Indoor Outdoor Backyard Driving Hitting Chipping Training Net https://a.co/d/58Mpsml

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I got one of the Callaway ones- it seems to be holding up really well and it wasn't too expensive - FWIW

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Apex Pro 21 Hybrid 20* (KBS Hybrid)

Apex 21 5-PW (Nippon NS Pro Modus 3 Tour 120)

Jaws MD5 Chrome 48* (Nippon Pro Modus Wedge)

Jaws Full Toe Raw Chrome 54* (Nippon Pro Modus Wedge)

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I have the Spornia Mini (5x5 + top guard) and the Rukket Hack Net as my tear down units. Both have held up well but would probably recommend the larger of both:

7x7 spornia: https://spornia.com/collections/golf-hitting-net/products/spg-7-golf-practice-net

Ruckket SPDR  or the Hack Pro with their new SPDR Steel Netting: https://www.rukket.com/collections/golf?sort_by=manual&filter.p.m.custom.category=Hitting+Nets&filter.v.price.gte=&filter.v.price.lte= 

I recommend going larger on the Ruckket just because with the standard Hack model, the middle of it sags down and makes me worry a little about my wedges. With the other two, the top is a bit more tight so you don't loose as much angle. 

Spornia has a larger net as well, but I will say even my small 5ft net leans a bit and would personally be concered that the 8ft one would just amplify the issue too much. There is a test that went on not that long ago on this forum though that may have better details about it. 

 

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3 wood: :taylormade-small: M1 13.5* Head set open w/ Fade bias weights. 
Irons: :ping-small: I-Blades PW-3i, 2* up standard length.
Wedges: :ping-small:Glide 1.0 TS 60*, :ping-small: Glide 2.0 56 ES, :titelist-small:Vokey 52* 
Putter: :ping-small: Sigma G Kushin .
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I'm going to be another recommendation for the Spornia, if you're looking for something that's easy to set up and take down. I was in the first review group that tested the 7x7 net and really love it. There was another review done last year and would suggest checking it out and seeing what you think. 

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I bought the Spornia, and it's still in perfect condition - it's pretty remarkable, to be honest.  I got it during a Black Friday sale a few years ago, and it's held up incredibly well.  Because it's deep (almost L shaped, but where the top angles back towards you), with a vinyl (?) target sheet so the ball never actually hits the netting (I mean, unless you're like me and like to "test" the hosel...), which extends the life of both the netting and the balls.

Highly, highly recommended.  

The only trick is putting it away - and honestly, just watch the video a few times that they link to in the packaging, and you'll have it in no time.  Folds up flat, lives in my garage when not up, and sets up in about 2 minutes (if that).

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3/5 Wood - Warrior Golf (don't ask)
Utility - :cobra-small: King Utility - 2 Iron
Irons (4-PW) - :taylormade-small:- SIM Max, Nippon Modus Tour 105 Stiff
Wedges (52, 56, 60) - Kirkland Signature (changed to midsize grips) 
Putter - L.A.B. Directed Force 2.1 - 65*
Ball - Snell MTB Black/Vice Pro Plus

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There you go!

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 ⛳🛄 as of Oct 31, 2022 (Past WITB
Driver:   TBD: Follow here: Driver Shootout! 

Wood:    :cobra-small: King SZ 3 wood 15.5*

               :ping-small: G410 Crossover - 4 iron or others....

Irons:     :Sub70: Sub70 659 TC Raw 5-Aw w/ KBS Tour 90 Stiff Black PVD

Wedge:  :ping-small: Glide 2.0 54* 58* w/ Nippon Modus 105 Stiff

Putter:   :odyssey-small: Stroke Lab 7 35* and oversized grip (2019 Tester)

Balls:     :taylormade-small:/:titleist-small: (currently testing)

Other:     :Arccos: 

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1 minute ago, 202 said:

Thank you! Great reviews. I’m sold.

Don't thank me haha! Thank the testers they are the ones that did the work and the reviews. Glad it was able to help though!

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 ⛳🛄 as of Oct 31, 2022 (Past WITB
Driver:   TBD: Follow here: Driver Shootout! 

Wood:    :cobra-small: King SZ 3 wood 15.5*

               :ping-small: G410 Crossover - 4 iron or others....

Irons:     :Sub70: Sub70 659 TC Raw 5-Aw w/ KBS Tour 90 Stiff Black PVD

Wedge:  :ping-small: Glide 2.0 54* 58* w/ Nippon Modus 105 Stiff

Putter:   :odyssey-small: Stroke Lab 7 35* and oversized grip (2019 Tester)

Balls:     :taylormade-small:/:titleist-small: (currently testing)

Other:     :Arccos: 

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20 hours ago, The 19th Hole said:

I have the Spornia Mini (5x5 + top guard) and the Rukket Hack Net as my tear down units. Both have held up well but would probably recommend the larger of both:

7x7 spornia: https://spornia.com/collections/golf-hitting-net/products/spg-7-golf-practice-net

Ruckket SPDR  or the Hack Pro with their new SPDR Steel Netting: https://www.rukket.com/collections/golf?sort_by=manual&filter.p.m.custom.category=Hitting+Nets&filter.v.price.gte=&filter.v.price.lte= 

I recommend going larger on the Ruckket just because with the standard Hack model, the middle of it sags down and makes me worry a little about my wedges. With the other two, the top is a bit more tight so you don't loose as much angle. 

Spornia has a larger net as well, but I will say even my small 5ft net leans a bit and would personally be concered that the 8ft one would just amplify the issue too much. There is a test that went on not that long ago on this forum though that may have better details about it. 

 

Yep, I have the Spornia XL as one of the testers, I am using it 2 or 3 times a week now in the offseason along with my Mevo it makes for a nice practice area.   

I have it set up in the covered pavilion that we use during the seaon for post golf meals,  I leave it out on the floor but just take down the two side support rails, so it's not exposed to the wind or in view of any mbody drivng past it in off hours and drawing attention to it.

From that point it sets up and goes down in about 30 seconds. 

 

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:titelist-small: TSR2 16.5 PX Evenflow 5.5 60 g 

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2 hours ago, 202 said:

I’m considering the 5 feet model for a section of the garage. What do you guys think about hitting hybrids and irons with the smaller 5 feet model?

I don't have experience with it. But I can say the Spornia is very well constructed.  I think as long as you are close enough to it, to not miss you sholdn't have any problem.   Unless you're wanting to use a LM that may require a certain amount of distance.   

For a point of reference, I have the 8 fott net about 12 feet away from our hitting spot onthe mat, as the MEVO requires at least 8 feet.  Several of us have hit driver at swing speeds from 85 mph to 112 mph and nobody has missed it or knocked it over.  

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:titelist-small: TSR2 10.0 HZRDUS Red CB 6.0 

:titelist-small: TSiR2 10.0  Tensei Blue X ink 55g 

:titelist-small: TSR2 16.5 PX Evenflow 5.5 60 g 

:titelist-small: TSi1 20 and 23 degree hybrids Aldila Ascent Shafts R

:titelist-small: T200 5-GW SteelFiber I80 

:titelist-small: SM8 48F/54/58 D Grinds 

:scotty-cameron-1: Select 5.5 Flowback 35" 

:titelist-small: ProV1X Play number 12

 

 

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