There are many golfers that love to train and practice their swing within their own hitting environment, and a perfect solution for this is to use some appropriate netting to properly contain driven golf balls. There are quite a few different techniques and approaches that work well for golf impact and hitting areas, but one of the most recommend is a netting enclosure.
Often called Golf Cage Nets, these netting enclosures are 3-dimensional netting productions that include side walls, ceiling netting, and end panel(s) that are all seamed-together with rope bordering. So right out of the box you are all set to hang/suspend/clip the netting right up to the framing or installation structure that you’re using for the project. Overall, the most commonly considered “standard” golf cage netting is 10′ high X 10′ wide X 10′ deep, and the front end (10′ X 10′) is “open” so that you have the area to be driving and hitting from. At Gourock.com we have a very popular standard-issue poly/knotless golf cage net that is a fantastic solution for many people – and it is available so also be supplied with an optional steel framing as well. Here is the part of the Gourock site that you can take a look at this golf cage netting option.
Alternatively – we also provide golf cage nets produced from the 100% American-Made DuPont® type 66-728 twisted-knotted nylon netting. The nice aspect of this option is that we provide an online pricing and ordering calculator that allows you to have the nylon golf cage nets made to any dimensions that you require for your project. These nets don’t have a framing option (we don’t do custom framing structures), but most any custom net like this is being needed as a component of an existing structure, or as part of a project that is incorporating the installation structure on it’s own. Also – the nylon nets have a couple of different twine thicknesses available to select from (currently the #15 X 3/4″ nylon and the #21 X 3/4″ nylon) as well as optional impact panels nets, and divider net options depending on the width of the cage. So if you are seeking a golf cage net that is produced to your own specific sizing preferences, and is ready within a business week (on avg.), here is the part of the Gourock site that brings you to the Custom Golf Cage Net Calculator.
And then, one of the other options that we have available at Gourock.com are golf nets that are quite customized, and produced to very unique sizes/shapes and with different features that are specifically requested by our customers for the job. We have many examples of customized golf cage nets and netting enclosures noted throughout this company blog as well as on the Gourock site, and we have nets like these prepared for all kinds of customers ranging from private/residential users all the way up to commercial and collegiate training installations.
These highly-personalized netting productions are also built from the 3/4″ twisted-knotted nylon netting, and the best way to start-off getting your requested examined is to use the upload option on our contact page to send over a drawing/diagram (with dimensions) of what you’re ultimately aiming for. At that point we can take a look, and in most cases reply back with the initial pricing quote for the production. Or, of course, we’ll followup first with any clarifying questions about your request and get those answers squared-away first.
Here are a couple of examples of some customized golf cage nets from the last few weeks that incorporate some pretty specific sizes, construction details, and features. These were requested by our customers, examined and quoted/drawn-up for approval, and then produced and shipped direct to their final locations.
netting details: #15 X 3/4″ twisted-knotted nylon
custom features: expanded sizing/volume, completely enclosed (no “open” end), center-ceiling line
intended use: training facility, training ball containment
netting details: #21 X 3/4″ twisted-knotted nylon
custom features: tapered shape, specific dimensions, secondary layer impact netting
intended use: private use indoor installation (to match-up with available room size)