The sport of golf is seeing a massive surge in popularity. More than 24.8 million people played golf in the U.S. in 2020, up more than 2% year-over-year and the largest net increase in 17 years. During the pandemic, more people turned to outdoor sports like golf. Analysts predict golf’s popularity is more than a pandemic surge. Forty-four percent of golfers last year were under the age of 40! Golf course superintendents around the country are now in the midst of planning for upgrades and maintenance ahead of the busy spring and summer season.

That means evaluating driving range netting. For beginners just getting into the sport, the driving range is a key tool to improving their skills. Driving range netting serves many purposes; protecting nearby roadways or residential areas from errant golf balls and making it easy for golf course staff to collect range balls for repeat use. Efficient and effective driving range netting is a necessity at a well-running golf course. Our team of experts can help design a netting solution that seamlessly blends into the surroundings providing necessary netting without taking away from the natural beauty of the outdoors.

If you’re planning to expand or upgrade your golf facility this year, the experts at Golf Range Netting are here to help. Building golf netting barriers is our bread and butter – it’s quite literally in our company name. We help golf operators navigate the often complicated process of designing and constructing state-of-the-art netting solutions. Our team has over 25 years of experience and commercial success. We’ve completed complex driving range netting projects all across the country from our own backyard at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club to the Eagle Vines Golf Club in Napa Valley, California.

Call Golf Range Netting today at 866-938-4448 for a free consultation! Our knowledgeable, friendly team will guide you in the planning and design process uniquely tailored for your facility’s netting needs.

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