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Jigger

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I highly recommend callaway soft balls for nets. They’re sponge and react really well. Id never use a real ball on a net. Too many horror stories.

Question for all of you? Any of you using the garage. I’ve got an impact screen hanging off a steel wire tension kit so I can fold my screen away to one side. Added bonus is you are half way to a simulator room 😝
 

Dogma

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Aug 7, 2016
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I have bought a net too. Comes Monday (y)

Did it early Tuesday which seems a bit of a blessing now as they now all seem out of stock.

Think I will use it in conjunction with my phone and dry shampoo to work on strike.

Now worrying myself that I'll engrain some bad habit :ROFLMAO:
 
Joined
Aug 25, 2009
Messages
397
I have bought a net too. Comes Monday (y)

Did it early Tuesday which seems a bit of a blessing now as they now all seem out of stock.

Think I will use it in conjunction with my phone and dry shampoo to work on strike.

Now worrying myself that I'll engrain some bad habit :ROFLMAO:
Even SkyTrak have ran out of stock apparently.
 
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Oct 5, 2018
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I highly recommend callaway soft balls for nets. They’re sponge and react really well. Id never use a real ball on a net. Too many horror stories.

Question for all of you? Any of you using the garage. I’ve got an impact screen hanging off a steel wire tension kit so I can fold my screen away to one side. Added bonus is you are half way to a simulator room 😝
Do you have a double garage? Mine is about 7-8 foot wide, didn't think it would be wide enough to swing a club. Not even sure I could get the car in it and get out without climbing out the boot.
 
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