The Benefits of Adding a Golfnet to a Course
Golf netting systems are a great investment for courses and ranges that are looking to keep golf balls where they belong: within the range play. Further, a golfnet keeps spectators and property safe from the potential damage of errant golf balls.
Here are some additional benefits in having a golfnet installed at your course or range.
Legal Reasons for a Golfnet
Owning and operating a golf course or driving range comes with many responsibilities and legal obligations. Protecting golfers as well as their belongings (like cars in the lot) is a priority. A golfnet is a simple solution to a potentially complicated issue.
A Golfnet Ensures Spectator Safety
In order for spectators to remain safe during a competition, a golfnet is integral. A golfnet that is installed in areas where golf balls can cause a dangerous situation is indispensable. Golf netting systems should protect players and spectators alike.
Property Protection with a Golfnet
For course or range property, as well as golfer and spectator property, a golfnet is an ideal protective barrier. A golfnet keeps poorly struck balls out of parking lots, homes and roads where they could damage property. Owners could be liable for such damages if they don’t take the proper precautions to prevent them.
Golfnets are also effective at separating areas of the course from others. For instance, if a busy golf course also supports a driving range, a golfnet is integral in setting a perimeter between the two. Otherwise, you could be looking at a real mess.
While each situation is different in terms of need and requirements, there is no denying the importance of a golfnet. Height, material, UV protection, and weather are golfnet characteristics you’ll need to consider, not to mention support and netting color. So to get what’s best for you, contact us to discuss which golfnet will work best.