Following the exciting Masters win by Scottie Scheffler this year and the return of Tiger Woods to the iconic tournament, more people are becoming fans of the sport and eagerly await the next major tournament, the PGA Championship. The sport as a whole is surging in popularity and bringing more younger generations to courses.
For new golf enthusiasts, we wanted to share a quick breakdown of the netting needs of the sport. Well done golf netting is nearly invisible and serves a very important purpose; protecting property and people.
Driving range netting is the number one sports netting need for golf courses. Well designed driving range netting not only makes it easy to collect range balls for repeat use but it also protects nearby roadways or residential areas from errant golf balls. Effective driving range netting is a requirement for a well-running golf course. Many golf courses in popular locations also have barrier netting. Similar to driving range netting, barrier netting protects residential or commercial areas and helps keep golf balls in the range of play.
Our team of experts has over 25 years of experience building and implementing
If you’re planning to expand or upgrade your golf facility this year, the experts at Golf Range Netting are here to help. Building golf netting barriers is our bread and butter – it’s quite literally in our company name. We help golf operators navigate the often complicated process of designing and constructing state-of-the-art netting solutions. Our team has over 25 years of experience and commercial success. We’ve completed complex driving range netting projects all across the country from our own backyard at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club to the Eagle Vines Golf Club in Napa Valley, California.
Call Golf Range Netting today at 866-938-4448 for a free consultation! Our knowledgeable, friendly team will guide you in the planning and design process uniquely tailored for your facility’s netting needs.