Using a golf net to work on your swing is an excellent way to get in some practice time without having to spend a lot of money on range balls. While the installation of a net is a relatively simple process, there are some things to consider in order to keep your net and surrounding area as safe as possible.
Choose a proper spot for your net. While your net should catch all shots, it is ideal to place the net in a setting where minimal danger or damage will occur if shots miss the net.
Level the ground in front of the net so you will have a flat hitting area. This may require a shovel for severe slopes, or simply a dirt rake for ground that is already fairly level and has loose soil.
Items you will need
- Golf net
- Zip ties
- Dirt rake
- Anchor stakes
Assemble the frame of the net by sliding the small ends of the pieces of tubing into the larger ends.
Secure the netting to the frame using zip ties.
Anchor the net in place by hammering anchor stakes around the portion of the frame which extends back from portion you will be hitting balls into.