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The last thing in the world you want is golf balls coming back at you. When we started testing materials all those years ago, we did so under controlled conditions, with our pro’s wearing safety equipment, and for good reason. Many of the materials we tried had high rebound rates and would actually increase the speed at which balls came back. Others would catch the balls then catapult them back. If you buy inferior golf screens, unfortunately you or your friends could be risking serious injury.
The next criteria a golf hitting projection screen must meet is to project a clear, vibrant image. Sure, this also depends on the quality of your projector. But we made it a point to source the best projecting screen material we could find.
Our golf impact screens project so well that your golf screen can double up to show sporting events or movies on a large screen for you and your mates to enjoy. Or why not get the bean bags out and treat the kids to their favorite video games projected on a huge scale.
If you’re hitting hundreds or maybe thousands of balls against your screen you don’t want to end up with industrial deafness! So, the next thing we made sure our screens were, was as quiet as possible. These are the four benchmarks of performance and quality we’ve built our product offering around.
We hope this guide has proven informative and helped you with your choice. Basically, we’ve done 10 years of research and development to make sure you have the safest and best performing screen on the market.
How important was it to us here at 24/7 Golf to get it right? When we decided to start selling golf projector screens to the general public our Founder and CEO, Igor Vainshtein, personally flew overseas to supervise the setting up of the factory, the sourcing of material and monitor the process of construction before he allowed a single screen to be sold.
If you’ve purchased a screen from us and need any advice on installing it, we can always be contacted. The humble cable tie works well in securing the structure to any suspension system you have built. The main thing to remember is to avoid the possibility of the ball meeting up with any hard surface. If a projection screen or enclosure is not within your budget but you want a robust net that you can hit into, our Spornia practice net is ideal.
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