Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Using Golf Netting To Practice

Golf netting is used to enable a golfer to practice shots by actually hitting shots with a real golf ball and a real club, only to have the golf ball go nowhere. The netting is arranged in such a way so as to catch the ball just as soon as it is hit.

There is nothing in practice like hitting a real golf ball, as it is here that a golfer gets the real impact of how a shot should feel when it is hit correctly.

If it is hit correctly over and over, the golfer will sense how it was hit and continue to hit the ball in the same manner on the course.