Practice Enclosure Single Bay Frame & Net


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  • Regular price £570.00 £684.00 incVAT

An essential practice feature for any golf course, coaching facility or home golfer. We have engineered the best practice enclosure nets in the business, striking the ultimate balance between strength, ease of assembly and unbeatable value.

Our single bay golf practice enclosure nets are made for quick and easy self assembly. 

  • Available as a completely free standing unit, making it easy to move around; or with extended legs for planting into a concrete foundation for extra stability.
  • Easy to install, strong and robust 33.7mm galvanised frame.
  • Tough, green 25mm knotless polypropylene surround netting with unbreakable seams for edges and corners.
  • Ideal for practice and tuition at the golf club, coaching studio or home.
  • Suitably heavyweight so that it will not blow away.
  • Can also accommodate our optional Archery Baffle Net for ultimate protection and ball deadening.
  • Ideal for all levels of golfer. It is especially good for beginners as the golfer is completely enclosed, giving extra protection against mis-hits.

Size: 3m x 3m x 3m

Download Assembly Instructions Freestanding

Download Assembly Instructions Sunken Legs

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Practice enclosure and Mat

Ordered single bay practice enclosure with a tech mat and rubber base. Products are of a very Hugh quality and delivery was very quick considering no other company had any stock for months! Mark was brilliant keeping me updated with delivery. Well done guys, time to get some practice in!!

Golf Cage

Really great product, well made and feels very strong once build, you do need a ladder and second person to construct it but this is advised within the instructions.
Called Mark at Amtech on Tuesday and he was happy to go through what I needed in the way of extra's and told me a bit more about what I was buying, I then paid for it and by Thursday I had it, got it up and was hitting my 7 iron into the net soon after.