The Net Return Home Series Side Barriers – (2 Sandbags Included)

$199.00

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Description

The Net Return Home Series Side Barriers

The Home Series Side Barriers are specifically designed for use with The Net Return Home Series Net. The Side Barriers insure that miss-hit balls never leave the hitting area.

If using the Home Series net indoors or in an area where errant balls are a safety concern, the Side Barriers are required. Many golfers also choose to add the Side Barriers when considering “Friends and Family” hitting into the net.

Understand also that the Home Series Side Barriers can be added at anytime and are not required for use with the Home Series net.


The Net Return Home Series Side Barriers Features:

  • Setup in under 5 minutes (using velcro color coordinated tabs)
  • Can be easily stored or transported
  • Each Side Barrier is individually cut and sewn by hand
  • Manufactured in the Half-Moon Molded Rubber Ball

The Net Return Home Series Side Barriers Specs:

  • Made of polyester netting
  • Each pair of Side Barriers weight approximately 6 lbs.
  • Side Barriers are 6’8″ high and extend out to 9′ – 10′
  • Sold in pairs (right and left)
Also Note:
  • Each set of Side Barriers are extended out by using sandbags, two are provided (one for each Side Barrier) and two on the rear of the frame.
  • When extending out the Side Barriers to their max distance (approximately 9 feet or so) you may also want to weight (sandbag) or stake the back of the frame. Extending the Side Barriers to their maximum distance can often lift the back of the frame off the ground by several inches. The weighting of the rear of the frame will eliminate this.
  • The Side Barriers can be walked into the front of the frame when not in use, to recover any lost floor space. Simply pick up each sandbag, walk in and place on the side of the frame. It’s that simple.

 

The Home Series Side Barriers are specifically designed for use with The Net Return Ipad Stand. The Side Barriers ensure that mishit balls never leave the hitting area.   If using the Home Series net indoors or in an area where errant balls are a safety concern, the Side Barriers are required. Many golfers also choose to add the Side Barriers when considering “Friends and Family” hitting into the net. If you are an accomplished golfer or using the Home Series outdoors where safety is not a concern, the Side Barriers are not required.

Understand also that the Home Series Side Barriers can be added at any time and are not required for use with the Home Series net. The Home Series Side Barriers are made of polyester netting, setup in under 5 minutes (using Velcro color coordinated tabs) and can be easily stored or transported in the Home Series duffle bag. Each Side Barrier is individually cut and sewn by hand. Each pair of Side Barriers weigh approximately 6 lbs., are 6’8” high and extend out to 9’ – 10′ in length. They are sold in pairs (right and left), can be extended straight out or setup on wider angles as needs dictate.

Each set of Side Barriers are extended out by using sandbags, two are provided (one for each Side Barrier) and two on the rear of the frame. Remember your Home Series 3Bays Pro Golf comes with 4 Sandbags to weight down the existing base when outdoors in the wind. When extending out the Side Barriers to their max distance (approximately nine feet or so) you may also want to weight (sandbag) or stake the back of the frame. Extending the Side Barriers to their maximum distance can often lift the back of the frame off the ground by several inches. The weighting of the rear of the frame will eliminate this.

4 reviews for The Net Return Home Series Side Barriers – (2 Sandbags Included)

  1. Oliver

    Indoor Golf Side Barriers
    Very Poor
    I purchased the home side barriers over a month ago and there was no mention on purchase date about them being on back ordered
    Then I received an email that SIG would substitute the universal side barriers and implied I would get these sooner
    Then I was informed that they won’t ship until end of May
    Then I received tracking info about them and still no delivery
    The home series net has been up over a month and we can’t use it for fear of hitting walls
    I have spent over $1200 with SIG and expect better

  2. Noah

    Great product!
    Works as expected. High quality construction…not cheap , but great a product.

  3. Liam

    Absolutely Terrific!
    Purchased this as the net of choice for my at home driving range setup. Next to my SkyTrack, this was the next on importance list. Easy to assemble and the sandbags are more than enough to keep steady. With the regular, home and mini series, there’s a size for everyone for whatever your needs are. Haven’t had any issues 3 sessions in and don’t see any coming soon! I’d highly recommend anyone interested in a practice net to consider this one! If I’m lucky enough to have my family, I’m hoping the sturdy net will take golf balls, baseballs or anything else from them as well!

  4. Emma

    Wrong side barriers sent
    I’m very happy with the Home Series Net Return (five star review), but the Home Series side barriers I ordered at the same time ended up being the Pro Series. Since I am using the net outside I decided to try and make the larger nets work, which I guess they are for the most part. I’m lazy and don’t feel like returning them …

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Installation of your home series side barriers is very simple locate the side barrier with the red tab. And simply connect the velcro to the corresponding wing on the right-hand. Side of your home.
 
The Side Barriers insure that stray or erratic balls never leave the hitting area. If using the Pro Series net indoors or in an area where errant balls are a safety concern, the Side Barriers are required. Many golfers also choose to add the Side Barriers when considering “Friends and Family” hitting into the net.
 
The strong-post W-beam is the most common barrier system in use today. It consists of wood posts and wood blockouts or steel posts that support a W-beam rail element blocked out from the posts with routed timber or composite blockouts.
 
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The most common barrier used for driving is a speed bump. A speed bump is a device that can be placed in specific areas of a school zone, parking lot, or private property. It will create a 6-inch barrier that will force cars to slow down to 2 – 10 MPH.