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The Net Return Home Series Golf Simulator Screen

$249.00

Are your looking to buy The Net Return Home Series Golf Simulator Screen 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 The Net Return Home Series Golf Simulator Screen.

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The Net Return Home Series Golf Simulator Screen

Always wanted your own personal golf simulator setup in the comfort of your home? Start creating your dream setup the way you want it with this affordable simulator screen from The Net Return.

The Home Series Simulator Screen is the ultimate Golf Accessory for your Home Series Net. It is designed for use with any Golf Simulator Software and Projector.

Complete your home golf simulator experience with the Net Return Home Series Golf Simulator Screen today!

 The Net Return Home Series Golf Simulator Screen Features:
  • Easily converts your Pro Series Net into a Simulator Screen in minutes!
  • Velcro Tabs make installation very quick and easy. (8 on top, 2 on bottom corners)Top of Form
The Net Return Home Series Golf Simulator Screen Specs:
  • The actual size of a Home Series Simulator Screen is 80″ High x 82″ Wide (6’6″ H x 6’8″ W).
  • The measurement from the Lower Left Hand Corner to the Upper Right Hand Corner is – 112″ (9′ 3″)
  • With your projector use a 4:3 Aspect Ration rather than a 16:9 Aspect Ratio due to the squareness of our screen.

The Home Series Simulator Screen is the ultimate Golf Accessory for your Home Series Net! It is designed for use with any Golf Simulator Software and Projector. It easily converts your Home Series Net into a Simulator Screen in minutes! Velcro Tabs make installation a snap and allow you to easily switch between Simulator and Ball Return mode.

Now play your favorite course anywhere, anytime with your Home Series Net. Screen Specifications:  The actual size of a Home Series Simulator Screen is 80″ High x 81″ Wide (6’6″ H x 6’8″ W). The measurement from the Lower Left Hand Corner to the Upper Right Hand Corner is – 114″ (9′ 5″).  With your projector use a 4:3 Aspect Ration rather than a 16:9 Aspect Ratio due to the squareness of our screen. To test the exact size of the picture that will show up on the Simulator Series screen with your projector model, consult the manufacturer projector distance calculator. This allows you to plug in the projector model you are using, distance from screen, aspect ratio, etc. and provides you with an exact picture size ahead of time.

Below is a link to a generic projector distance calculator, from Projector Central for you to use as an example – www.projectorcentral.com/projection-calculator.cfm


Please Note –
  • A. The Simulator Software, Projector, Turf and Home Series Net are not included in this purchase.
  • B. Simulator Screens are the one product that we do not accept returns on. The screen is made of white polyester fabric and can easily be smudged or stained if handled improperly. Please consider this prior to purchase…
  • C. When the product arrives it will be folded in the box and have wrinkles and creases. Utilize an iron on a medium setting to remove any wrinkles.

Brent Keeth came up with an ingenious way to straighten out the far edges of our screen using a 8′ length of 1/2″ copper tube. See his photos on our Pro Series Simulator Screen page… Thanks Brent!


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In short, the 4:3 is often more common for golf simulators because it allows you to go taller, giving you more room to swing, without needing a wider room. While the 16:9 is great for 4K and HD images it also means you will need a minimum of 13.5 feet of available width.
 

And side protection using it might be fine tile. So it might be carpet. To give you that protection from. You know shots that go above the screen or to the side of the screen the dreaded shanks.

Create enough space

This actual distance required will depend on the force of your swing, but in most cases 12-16 inches is recommended. Caution: To decrease your risk of bounce back and greatly reduce the chances of getting hit with a golf ball do *not* stand closer than 10-11 feet away from the screen.

For those who want the full golf simulation experience in their house, using a projector with a golf screen is one of the best options. You are able to display your shots directly in front of you on a large surface that gives you an enhanced field of view.
 
Blankets. This is the cheapest option and if hung behind your screen will probably do a good job at absorbing some of the impact of your golf shots. Any large and preferably heavy blanket will do.
 

Bungees. Then attached to the screen all the way around. And then our trim then velcro’s to both parties. Both bits of velcro on the angle line and on the screen that gives you your finished. Screen.

Your impact screen needs to be durable, which means it should withstand many thousands of impacts with golf balls travelling at high speed. The Preferred screen from Carl’s Place is rated for a lifespan of 2000-5000 shots whilst the Premium Screen is rated for up to 15000 shots.
 

Memory foam is much more energy absorbing than conventional foam, greatly reducing the “bounce back” effect from a ball or puck. Memory foam will deaden a projectile, without a return of energy that sends it ricocheting across the room.

You can make your golf simulator more quiet by optimising your impact screen, using softer balls, adding easy soundproofing options such as acoustic wall and ceiling panels, using heavy curtains, bookcases and even installing professional soundproofing solutions.
 
The distance between the hitting area and screen in your golf simulator should be at least 6-7ft and can be up to 14ft and longer. The tee to screen distance is a balance between immersion, reducing impact screen bounceback and allowing maximal accuracy from your launch monitor.