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ProMounds #18 Golf High Impact Netting

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ProMounds #18 Golf High Impact Netting

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On Deck Sports has top of the line netting systems and solutions for driving ranges, courses, backyards, garages, and more. Our nylon baseball netting material is the strongest on the market and perfect for both residential and commercial use. Choose between our #18 gauge Golf Barrier Netting and #18 gauge High Impact Netting. Barrier netting is used as a containment/protective device while High Impact netting is used for close range high speed balls. Both gauges include the following features: UV Protection - During the fabrication process, netting is protected with UV inhibitors and dyed a certain color. During our process we coat and dye each individual strand of netting, therefore protecting the net from the inside out. This helps maintain its initial breaking strength. Most companies fabricate netting and then dip and dye - only protecting the outside of the net. Once the coating on the outside of the netting is broken down, the netting rapidly loses breaking strength and integrity. Square Hung Meshes - All of our netting is hung on the square, not the diamond. This looks better and hangs easier - leading to a smoother installation. Built for Durability - Our inside-out technology helps maintain the breaking strength of our netting throughout its life. The breaking strength of our netting is the strongest in the industry.

ProMounds #18 Golf High Impact Netting

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