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Callaway Golf 7 Foot Tri-Ball Hitting Net

Item #: 17CAL7FTNET1111111111101
Their Price: $149.99
Rock Bottom Price: $109.99
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With the Callaway Golf 7 Foot Tri-Ball Hitting net, Rockheads don't need to worry about sendin' their practice drives into their Read More

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About This Item

  • Manufacturer: Callaway Golf
  • Model: 7 ft Tri-Ball Hitting Net
  • SKU: 17CAL7FTNET1111111111101
  • Condition: NEW, FACTORY SEALED
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With the Callaway Golf 7 Foot Tri-Ball Hitting net, Rockheads don't need to worry about sendin' their practice drives into their neighbor's caves! This strong netting keeps your drives where ya want 'em while you practice!

Features:
  • Made with the strongest netting in golf
  • Unique shape allows for use from driver through wedge
  • Easy set up/take down
  • Freestanding (includes stakes to secure hitting net to the ground)
  • Product Reviews

    Callaway Golf 7 Foot Tri-Ball Hitting Net
    $109.99
    2.5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
    Daveleeandere
    Marietta, Oh
    1 Stars

    For the money it's a cheaply made net
    April 28, 2013
    You have to anchor this puppy in the ground with guid ropes, which the picture doesn't show. You also have to fold the top flap back on itself in order for the back rod to stay in place. If the wind blows or you shake the net hard with a ball, the flap comes loose allowing the back rod to come loose and the net falls down. There are no written instructions with the unit, and it is difficult for one person to put up by themselves. With the Calloway name I expected a better product. They say you can use it inside, and I suppose you could if you drive nails in your floor for the anchor ropes.
    Cons:
    No pockets for the flexible rods to fit into. No set up instructions Top flap has no way to keep back rod captured Falls over in wind

    Jim Glowenke
    Illinois
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    A must for the serious player
    February 10, 2013
    Great net. Sturdy net material. I suggest that duck tape be used both sides of the nylon top hood. This nylon starts to separate from balls hitting the surface. This is my third net. I leave it setup from March through the golf season and hit in it everyday. The first net lasted about six months. Bought a second and used the duck tape, no visible wear. The third I bought from Rock Bottom for a spare, as it is getting tougher to find this size and model. Watts from Illinois