First Look: Pro-Advanced ReadyNet Golf Practice Net

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
Categories: Golf Accessories

I’ve been waiting for this setup for a LONG time.  No excuses now.  I can hit balls in the back yard and when it is cold I can hit balls in the garage with my new ReadyNet from Pro-Advanced.

Pro-Advanced ReadyNet Golf Practice Net

Pro-Advanced ReadyNet Golf Practice Net – click to expand

I’ve just finished my first session with the net in the back yard (pictured).  No issues with balls flying out.  I’m tempted to rig the thing to fail though so I can pound a driver into the neighbor lady’s back yard in hopes that it will shut up her yelping little dog which is constantly barking 24/7.  A premium tour quality golf ball to the teeth might shut that little spastic ball of fur up…  I digress…

Golf Practice Net

Pounding 8-irons in the direction of the yelping neighbor’s dog… click to zoom

Stay tuned for my review soon.  I’ll post it after I’ve had ample time to test and come up with some solid comments.  So far so good though.

Click either image to see more shots of the ReadyNet.

3 responses to “First Look: Pro-Advanced ReadyNet Golf Practice Net”

  1. robert says:

    this is cool , thanks

  2. Legalbgl says:

    Hey, how is the set up/take down? I have had similar nets and the set up was a nightmare. 15 minutes it said on the box and it was more like an hour and 15 minutes. Take down wasn’t much better.

    • I had NO idea how to tear it down the first time last night, except watching the video from their web site. All in all it took about 30 seconds. I’m sure I could get it down to 20 now that I know how to tear it down.

      Setting it up a 2nd time I anticipate taking 10-20 seconds for indoor (no spikes) and about 20-30 seconds for outdoor use.