Is a Golf Practice Net Worth It?

The secret to succeeding at any type of physical activity is repetition. Whether you look at tennis players serving the ball at faster speeds than you could ever dream of going at in your car  or a guitar player going through a fast solo and making it look as easy as breathing you know these guys have repeated those movement over and over again. Since golf is a physical activity it just makes sense that you’d want to practise your golf swing over and over again until you get good at it.

What Are You Trying to Improve?

In this short series of posts we’ll explore if a golf practice net is a good golf training aid for you. As you will see the answer to that question is: ‘it depends’. I know this is cliché but it’s true. Before you can figure out if this is a good idea you’ll have to ask yourself a few questions and look at the current state of your game and your golf swing.

As you will see there are a lot of different nets to choose from and a lot of different price points. Also depending on what your specific goal is you will most likely choose a different net. As we will see there are a couple of different net types like golf cages and golf chip nets.

We’ll also cover some of the advantages and disadvantages of using a golf net to improve your golf swing.  Some of them are pretty obvious but you’ll also discover some cases where using a golf net could hurt your game.

After we’ve discussed all of these points you’ll be in a much better position to select the perfect golf net for your specific situation. If you can’t wait and just want to compare a bunch of different golf nets, checkout our golf practice net comparison chart.

Continue to part 2, part3.

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