Custom Golf Impact Panel
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Golf Impact Netting
100% Dupont Type 66-728 Knotted 3-Strand Black UV Treated/Bonded Nylon Netting
One strand of #21 twine has a breaking strength of 241 lbs
#21 is the twine gauge (Larger is heavier) which measures 2.0mm
Typical uses for 3/4" Mesh netting are: Golf Netting, Golf Netting Panels, Golf Impact, Golf Cages, Debris, Aviary, and General Multi-Purpose Applications.
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Impact Panels can be ordered with top rope only or border rope on all edges.
This option will have a top rope only with 6' tie off tails on each side
This option will have rope on top and sides with weighted lead filled bottom rope
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In Ground Batting Cage Frame Installation - Vertical Poles:
Steel Poles are a great way to install Impact Panels
Steel Poles can be installed in any lawn area for more information and instructions please go to hardware section or click link below.
Custom Nets with borders usually ship in 3-7 business days
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Custom-sized golf impact hitting nets are produced per-order according to your own preferred dimensions.
We offer heavy-duty golf impact nets built from the highest quality #21 X 3/4” DuPont type 66-728 twisted-knotted nylon netting. These 100% Made-in-USA nets are available to be produced to your own custom netting size, or are readily available in a 10’ high X 10’ wide netting area. The basic construction features diamond mesh golf netting with a top-rope installed (with 3’ rope tails), and the full-finished version features rope bordering on the top and sides, with a heavy-rope (leadline) bottom edge.
Impact netting for golf practice and training is generally hung in a looser fashion with some slack mesh within the area, to allow for driven golf balls to displace the netting and drop to the ground. Golf impact nets can be installed in a variety of methods in both outdoor and indoor golf training environments. For instance, between poles or trees, within a framing structure, from wires or cables, under hooks and rafters, within garage doors, or most any other suitable golf hitting area.
HELPFUL NOTE: When using netting as a Golf Impact/Driving/Hitting panel, it's highly advised to utilize a secondary reinforcement mesh or target for the primary impact zone. Over time there is disproportional wear from impacting the “central” area.