Spornia Automatic Ball Return Golf Net

Last updated: June 21, 2022

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Product Details

In our analysis of 17 expert reviews, the Spornia Automatic Ball Return Golf Net placed 9th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Take your training to the next level with the Spornia SPG-7 Golf Practice Net. Features an automatic ball return for hassle repetitions, and it takes only 30 seconds to set up and take down. Switch from automatic ball return to stopping and storing the balls. Practice with only one ball for non-stop exercise or hit multiple balls inside. Attach the included red chipping baskets to practice and improve your short game. Adjust chip basket to any desired angle. (Top, middle, bottom) Golf ball gently rolls down instead of bouncing or touching the floor. This automatic rolling system, prevents damage to the ball and to wood/marble/tile floors. Two-side panel protective screen for missed shots. Target sheet made of a special patented material to absorb loud sound and strong impact (Target dimensions: 60″ x 60″) White lines on the bottom that shows ball feedback. Corrects stance alignment, ball path, swing path and putting stroke. These lines act as visual guides when aiming and swinging the club. Patented two-hole adjustable angles of the net that players can adjust for different golf shots. (Wedges, woods, etc.) Constructed with durable high quality UV protective mesh material. Easily store away in golf carry bag.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Patented ball return, target absorbs ball impact and noise reduction. The ball stopper can also hold up to 200 balls.
- Heavy
This fits perfectly on my apartment balcony. It’s sturdy, easy to set up and tear down
This net returns your ball back gently, its durable and easy to assemble. It's made of quality construction materials and the target pad absorbs impact and its quiet.

What reviewers didn't like

Some may find assembly/disassembly a bit tedious and it's on the pricey side.
- Heavy
Not great in the wind.
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