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Have you ever wanted to practice your golf in the comfort of your own home? You can, and here’s how. 

Getting the time to play golf can be difficult. Getting time to practice properly can be even harder. 

What if I told you there was a solution? 

Practice nets are such a good way to keep on top of your swing and practice at your leisure, so I got my hands on the Spornia SSPG-7 golf net and I have to say it’s brilliant. 

spornia net review

Firstly, this net comes in a nice compact bag, so if you are travelling around it’s quite easy to take with you.

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To set-up, it’s really simple, all you need is a few poles, some pegs and then the net itself quite literally pops up. It takes five minutes to assemble, and you can start swinging away. 

The actual build of the net is very solid. It’s seven feet tall and seven feet wide so it’s a great size. If you’re worried about shanking it or sky-ing a driver, you have side netting and a mesh top to stop your ball flying out of the net.

What I really like is the sheet that absorbs the ball at impact.

It’s not loud when the ball crashes into it, with the sheet dampening the noise. The bottom mesh floor of the net is at an angle so it will always return your ball which is a nice feature. You won’t need to constantly retrieve your ball from behind the mesh.

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The impact sheet is very strong. As someone who has a very fast club speed and ball speed, it withstood those speeds with no problem at all. I’d be shocked if anyone was able to break the net on this.

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There is a bundle deal you can get which includes a Tri turf mat, pictured below. This is good as you can practice off the softer, firmer and rougher lies, without taking divots out of the grass in your garden.

If you really want to get advanced, you can also pair the Spornia with many of the launch monitor options available and have your own simulator where you can work on numbers and play a virtual round of golf. 

Not only is this a superb net that can be use indoors and outdoors, it’s also very affordable. You can use the net as a simulator or just for practice. It is a brilliant option to have. 

RRP: £360 (Net only) 

RRP: £429.99 (Net and Tri Turf Mat) 

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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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