Rukket SPDR Golf Net Review

Rukket Sports SPDR Golf Net Review We’re in the home stretch of winter, so that means you should be stepping up your training regimen before the season starts. Instead...

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Rukket Sports SPDR Golf Net Review

We’re in the home stretch of winter, so that means you should be stepping up your training regimen before the season starts. Instead of spending an inordinate amount of money to hit rock hard moth balls from a worn-down, green welcome mat at a driving range, practice in the comfort of your own home using your own choice of balls whenever you want with the Rukket Sports SPDR Golf Net.

We are huge fans of the Rukket Rukknet Portable Driving Range and its portability — that review can be found here — but, for a more permanent option and one that you can feel more comfortable about hitting full shots into, the Rukket SPDR Golf Net is a better option. At 10 feet wide by 7 feet tall with a side barrier, the SPDR Golf Net should catch even the worst shots . . . if it doesn’t, then that’s your fault. Go get a lesson.

Assembly of the Rukket SPDR Golf Net is done through a folding construction. Without reading the instructions, it is fairly intuitive: extend the bars and polls, insert the pins, and slide the net on. It really is that simple. The nice thing about the assembly method is that you don’t have to remove the net when you put the frame away. Just leave the net on, and fold the frame.

Not to be left out is the quality of the netting Rukket uses in their products. It doesn’t matter who you are, one of those slow Bridgestone B330RX swingers or a long drive champ, you’re not going to be putting a ball through this net!

The Rukket SPDR Golf Net is on sale for $239 right now, and that price is a bargain when you consider the amount of coin you shell out for the driving range. View the SPDR Golf Net as an investment, an investment by means of the long term savings you will realize and an investment in the quality of your game. 

 

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