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Preferred Hitting Strip

$99.99

Are your looking to buy Preferred Hitting Strip for your golf playing experience better, Here we have summarized the advance benefits, pricing, product comparison, shopping discount code(if available currently) & few of customer feedback for your reference, read it fully and choose it your own Preferred Hitting Strip.

Description

Ideal for golfers looking to replace the hitting strips in their SIGPRO Mats or DIYers that need an insert for their subfloor – the Preferred, SIGPRO Softy are all designed with their own unique qualities and differences that result in better performance, durability and feel.

The Preferred is the same hitting strip that comes standard in the Big moss michael focus point training and is the perfect replacement for those strips that may have become worn over time.

It responds like real turf even on mishits, providing realistic feedback even with a fat or chunky shot.

The accuracy of the Preferred Hitting Strip enhances the simulator golf experience as if you were hitting from the fairway.

Our proprietary blend of Teeline turf provides enough give when hitting down and through the ball, yet prevents your club from “grabbing” and causing joint pain.



Features & Benefits

The Original Insert

The Preferred hitting strip is the original hitting strip that comes standard with our SIGPRO Mats and Flooring

Use a Real Tee

Golfer can use a real tee and adjust tee height to his/her preference

Realistic

Reacts like real grass. Great shots launch with precision, while mishits Fiberbuilt 10′ x 10′ Double-Hitting Combo Mat, fat or chunky shots are accurately penalized, but not as much as some other mats on the market.

Firm Surface

A firmer and more compact surface compared to other mats on the market that exhibit a spongy feel and grab the club.

Preferred Hitting Strip Specifications

Dimensions: 28 in x 12 in x 2 3/8 in
Weight: 3lbs

10 reviews for Preferred Hitting Strip

  1. Oliver

    Great hitting strip
    This strip is extremely easy on the body and realistic if you hit it fat. Very happy with this purchase.

  2. Noah

    Best mat on the market hands down.
    This mat is worth every penny and more. There is no better quality. Feels exactly like a real golf shot.

  3. Liam

    Good quality
    Nice mat to use, it’s very responsive to the club head. I think the quality is great for your average golfer trying to get swings in at home. Would and will buy again.

  4. Emma

    Built to last
    Takes a licking keeps on tickin

  5. Olivia

    Love It

    Excellent product. Has a cushion feel like a plush fairway. I use it almost every day and it shows no wear.

  6. Alexander

    BUY IT

    Must have hit off this mat over 1000 times and it still looks new. Great product.

  7. Evelyn

    With stands weather great n perfect to use

    Very sturdy

  8. Henry

    Absolutely love it!

    Works as advertised. Absolutely love it!

  9. Isabella

    Very good quality mat.

    I ordered this hitting strip hoping that it would be worth the ~$50 I paid for it. When it arrived I was pleasantly surprised by it’s weight, and thickness. I’ve now several hundreds of balls off of it and feel that it is one of the best game-improvement purchases I’ve ever made.

    The mat came with one tee holder into which you push your own tee. It is the same size as the thickness of the mat, so that if, for example you have a 2-1/2″ and you push it all the way down into the holder, it raises the ball height by 1″ off the mat. You can adjust it up and down as needed, and it firmly holds the plastic tees I use. It rarely comes out of the holder, or changes settings, even after hitting driver a dozen times.

  10. Benjamin

    Great product.

    I purchased this to use with the Rukket Haack golf net. Both had good reviews here on Amazon. I wanted a mat to practice my form & club speed at home. On my first use of this product I made repeated hits with real golf balls off of it for several hours. I hit full swing long & short irons, fairway woods & driver off the tee shots, including some fat hits. The mat gave nice feedback through out & showed no signs of wear, no color or plastic transfer on any of the clubs I used. This mat is thick. My solution for this, we had a tree removed from the yard. Because of this there is a recessed area where this mat sat well in. I did get a little bit of movement from time to time, but no more than I have had with other ones I’ve used. This comes with two holes cut in it that accept a rubber holder (one is included) & it will hold a standard golf tee. The tee stayed put all thru the time I used it, only having to adjust tee height a bit. The mat I ordered shipped flat, so it arrived that way and has stayed that way, so far. I am happy with this purchase.

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Hello Gareth,

We don’t currently have either, but we are working on adding that in the near future.

Preferred provides six types of hitting strips for different mat system combinations. If you are looking for fairway turf or short grass golf mats, there are Straight Yarn Hitting Mat and Dual Turf Hitting Mat for your selection. If you are planning to add some golf mats for golfers to practice their skills in rough area, Preferred has Rough Area Hitting Mat and Long Grass Hitting Mat. At last, for golfers who like to use normal tees, Tee Up Hitting Mat is definitely your choice. Check out more detail of each hitting strip below.

First, just to give you a reference, it might help to know most driving ranges use mats that are 5′ x 5′. Golf Practice Mats should be purchased based on your height (or the height of the tallest person who will be using it). If you have, or are planning to have a golf simulator, we recommend a 5′ x 6′ or larger.

Look for a hitting mat that keeps your body and the ball on the same level. You probably don’t want the ball above or below your feet for most of your practice time. Depending on what shot you want to play, consider a mat that simulates hitting out of the rough, second cut, and Preferred.

Often, mats have concrete or rubber underneath them. Depending on your swing, your club may come in contact with the underneath surface, and it can increase the speed of a club’s deterioration. It can especially hurt irons. … Obviously, creating a divot is impossible when hitting off of mats without using a tee.

The more you open your body from the top the odds of you hitting fat shots decrease. May you hit one thin. Yeah you might hit one thin. We want to not hit fat shot so here we go okay.

It would slip on a garage floor but some tape might do it and I would think it would be worth it if you did want to use it on the garage. I use it outside on the grass and it slips a little.

Hello Charity, You can place regular on the golf course tees into our mat anywhere you like. We usually drill holes in our mats and send you our version of the the standard tube tee used at most ranges. if you do not use the rubber tee you would never know theres a hole because the turf is so long. Hope that helps let us know if you have further questions 

I would say it’s about 2 inches thick. Very well made mats.