SIG™ Preferred Raw Golf Screen Material


Are your looking to buy SIG™ Preferred Raw Golf Screen Material 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 SIG™ Preferred Raw Golf Screen Material.


Preferred Golf Impact Screen – Raw Material

SIG™ Preferred is our single layer, middle tier golf impact screen. 

It presents a budget friendly option compared to the top of the line Premium screen, and works well for residential usage. 

Preferred Screen material is made from tightly woven, impact resistant polyester that is treated with reinforcement – for added durability.

This is raw screen material with unfinished edges, and can be mounted to a frame or enclosure utilizing tarp clips.

SIG™ Preferred is second only to our SIG™ Premium Impact Screens.

*please note we do not recommend Preferred Screen material be used in commercial settings

*For a screen with finished edges, be sure to check out our finished preferred screens.

What Makes The SIG™ Preferred Screen Right For You 

Budget Friendly Option

Quality material and durability at a fraction of the cost. Ideal for those looking for an economical solution that do not require the best of the best.

  • Roughly 40% cheaper than SIG™ Premium
  • Single layer, reinforced material
  • 6-month warranty*

*for additional information regarding exact screen sizes and dimensions please visit our Golf Simulator Screen Specifications page.


*Six-month warranty covers rips and tears in screen material when subjected to golf ball strikes over a period of time. Screen must be unaltered & used as intended.

Example of improper use: memory foam behind screen – if you will be placing memory foam or weighted blankets behind the screen, you must ensure that there is sufficient gap between it and the screen. The screen is designed to take the impact of the ball and transfer it evenly across the entirety of the surface. If memory foam, weighted blankets, or any another material are touching or too close to the screen, the golf ball strike is concentrated at the point of impact and will cause the screen wear rapidly.

4 reviews for SIG™ Preferred Raw Golf Screen Material

  1. Emma

    Great product!
    Used this for a golf simulator. Great screen!

  2. Oliver

    Solid quality
    Solid quality for a golf simulator, built to last.

  3. Noah

    So far so good. Using it for golf launch monitor.

  4. Olivia

    So far so good
    Seems pretty durable, have been using it for a few months now, good picture from the projector.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

High quality golf simulator impact screens are normally made of Kevlar and cost thousands of dollars. At Heavy Duty Tarps we offer extremely cost-effective screens that can be made to your exact specifications.

Calculate your ideal screen size to match most projector screens here. As for the best size, you will likely be limited by your golf simulator room dimensions. The most popular home size is 8×10.5 for lower ceilings, 9×12 for people who can fit it. The most popular commercial size is 10×13 or larger.
These golf simulator screens are designed and manufactured in house, and are ideal for those looking to create a DIY golf simulator. …

Its a 3mm thick screen that has a cushion in between the poly layers. Think of this golf screen as a quilt. Its about 2 times as thick as our standard poly golf screen. This golf screen combines the durability , low sound, minimum bounce back and great HD image.

Our most recommended screen size for golf simulation is something within a few inches of 9.5′ Wide x 7′ High. … If you do not already own a projector, then it’s often easiest to pick a screen that fits the space you will be using, and then choose a projector based off your screen size.
Keep enough space between the screen and any walls or objects behind it to avoid contact when the screen is hit. This actual distance required will depend on the force of your swing, but in most cases 12-16 inches is recommended.
I recommend hanging your impact screen to your golf simulator enclosure by using a combination of grommets, eyelets and bungee fixings. You can also use a retractable screen, or hang the screen from the ceiling. You need to consider screen size, bounceback, noise, picture quality and how it looks.
How far can the tee box be from the screen? The hitting area should be 9-10 1/2 feet from screen.
To start, we recommend about 12-16” of space between the impact screen and any wall or hard surface behind it. Then, it’s a best practice to place your tee 10-15′ away from the impact screen. Finally, make sure you have enough room behind the tee to comfortably swing.

The short answer is yes. There is a ton of profit to be made from these simulators if you do it right. Although there will be large upfront costs to enter the business, you can make hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue depending on how much you charge per hour of use and a few other factors.

Charging per player per round is more like a real golf course so some indoor golf facilities go that route. Charging $30 per player assuming an average of 2.5 players per round at 1.5 hours for 18 holes yields an hourly rate of $50. The typical simulator rate is in the $35-$40 an hour range.