SIGPRO 3D Hitting Strip


Are your looking to buy SIGPRO 3D 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 SIGPRO 3D Hitting Strip.


Ideal for golfers looking to replace the hitting strips in their SIGPRO Mats or DIYers that need an insert for their subfloor – the SIGPRO 3D Foresight Sports GCHawk Flex , and Preferred, are all designed with their own unique qualities and differences that result in better performance, durability and feel.

The SIGPRO 3D Hitting Strip is our most durable insert that will withstand repetitive impacts for long term use in a residential or commercial environment. This is a sturdy, yet flexible and forgiving turf insert that produces realistic feel and feedback for the golfer. 

Unlike hard, synthetic artificial hitting mats that you’d find at a driving range, the SIGPRO 3D is designed with a mid-layer of polyurethane fibers to help absorb impact and provide forgiveness, while a 1-inch thick layer of vibrant green tufted turf on top gives the golfer a realistic hitting surface tailored for high volume use. 

The SIGPRO 3D is best used with simulator tees like the Tomahawk NEO plastic tee, the Bir-Tee, or the versatile TeeClaw that allows the use a real golf tee.

SIGPRO 3D Hitting Strip Features :

Incredibly Durable

  • Durable woven turf construction making the SIGPRO 3D hitting strip a long-lasting option for the home studio or on the practice range. 

Recommended Tee Types

  • Best used with simulator tees like the Tomahawk NEO, BirTee, and/or the TeeClaw 
  • Easy On The Joints 
  • Designed with an absorption cavity inside its sturdy EVA foam, the SIGPRO 3D has a natural grass feel and forgiveness effect at impact. 

Color Contrast

  • Vibrant green woven turf color gives this insert an attractive, sharp contrast look when installed into a hitting mat.

SIGPRO 3D Hitting Strip Specifications

  • Dimensions: 28 in x 12 in x 2 3/8 in 
  • Weight: 5lbs 

4 reviews for SIGPRO 3D Hitting Strip

  1. Emma

    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.

  2. Liam

    Home Range may
    Good quality. Narrow version of a full range matt

  3. Noah

    Top quality golf mat.
    Very durable and high quality mat that has saved my lawn from golf divots. Much better than the mats at my local driving range. The adjustable golf tee holder is also a really nice feature.

  4. Olivia

    This is fantastic and works perfect for my set up

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I have been struggling on which Mat to use as I need both a stance mat and hitting mat or some combo. The options out there all have pros and cons.

1, Fibrebuilt- easy on joints but ball sits up all the time and makes it to easy
2. CCE- punishes bad shots but can lead to injuries over time due the the grabbiness
3. Quatro- this mat seems really good but coming in at slightly under 5×5 would be nice to have something a little bigger as center hitting is tough on something this small
4. fibrebuilt performance mat- Size looks good but I know nothing about this mat. Looks similar to CCE with the rubber base

This hitting strip sells for $149.99 and features a 1-inch thick layer of vibrant green, tightly tufted turf that doesn’t grab the clubhead like other mats will do. As the standard insert included in the SIGPRO Mats, the Preferred Hitting Strip is the perfect replacement for the strips that have worn down over time.

I am in the very beginning stages of research and have my skytrak unit on order. I am wondering what might be the advantages of a hitting mat vs a hitting strip? I feel that for my simulator build, a hitting strip would be more appealing as it would be centered on my screen. If I get a hitting mat, it would be offset from the screen so that the ball would strike the center. I am not looking to cut corners with the hitting mat but also not looking to spend thousands on it either.

If I were to use a hitting mat, what turf is everyone using to butt up to it? What do you put under the turf to make it all flush?

My total area for this unit will be 17ft wide X ~15 ft deep. The screen itself will be 12′ wide x 8′ tall x 4′ deep.

Pictures and feedback on mats or strips would be fantastic. It is a bit of information overload and I don’t want to make the wrong decision. Thanks in advance.

Hello ,

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

In this video Gerald breaks down the best practices to maintain your #SIGPRO replaceable hitting strips and maximize its lifespan.