Practice mat

Panerai111Panerai111 Members Posts: 549
Can anyone recommend a mat for me to buy for home use with a net?

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  • grant2145grant2145 Members Posts: 107 ✭✭
    Fiberbuilt golf mats will save you from injury some other mats are known to cause.
  • extrastiffextrastiff Members Posts: 863 ✭✭
    sooo many threads.



    Ill save you the 10 seconds it would take to type your question into google.



    -fiberbilt and others have more give, if you slap you sticks into the ground on a regular basis for mat-practice, maybe these. They work



    -CCE if you can handle shallowing your swing, or practice shorter swings, or realize that much mat practice is probably bad for you and your game, or don't chunk the mat like a duffer.
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  • SubaruWRXSubaruWRX Members Posts: 3,281 ✭✭
    Spend the money on a good mat. I got a 5’x5’ and couldn’t be happier with it.



    https://www.dwquailgolf.com/mats_nets_mirrors.html



    And for a good performing net, I got the Rucket Haack Net. It’s inexpensive, easy to set up & break down, good quality, and it works great!
    “I think getting advice from guys who are sitting at the computer in their underwear while taking a break from **** is a very solid way to choose clubs.” - bluedot
  • jwat142jwat142 Members Posts: 310 ✭✭
    First I’ve heard of those mats linked above. Anyone have any comparisons between them and CCE or fiberbuilt? Definitely cheaper.
    Taylormade M3 10.5* / Fujikura Atmos Blue 70x
    Titleist 915F 16.5* / Rogue 80x Black
    Titleist 818 H1 19* / GD Tour AD-DI 105S
    Bridgestone J40 CB 3-PW / Modus 120S
    Vokey SM6 54*, 60* / DG S400
    Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2
    Bridgestone Tour B XS
  • Panerai111Panerai111 Members Posts: 549
    SubaruWRX wrote:


    Spend the money on a good mat. I got a 5'x5' and couldn't be happier with it.



    https://www.dwquailg...ts_mirrors.html



    And for a good performing net, I got the Rucket Haack Net. It's inexpensive, easy to set up & break down, good quality, and it works great!




    That is the net i just bought. Thanks for the link
  • gibbiesmallsgibbiesmalls Members Posts: 452 ✭✭
    You just missed out on a great deal for the Fiberbuilt practice station for $199 at Costco. I've tried just about every mat out there, and my favorite was the reconditioned/used golf mats being sold by rawhide on ebay. If I recall, I paid around $150 shipped after some 20% ebay coupon a few years ago.



    the Rucket Haack Net is also the net I purchased, but a few thousand swings in, and it started failing on me. Started developing impact holes. Just about put a hole through 4 rooms in the house (lol, #golfwrxlong).





    I now have the Net Return Pro. Much more expensive... much more bettah.
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