Golf netting can keep a drive of hundreds of yards from going into someone’s yard, through a window or off the hood of a car.
For the owner/manager of a course, it can mean a much worse scenario, as it opens the course up for possible litigation from an angry neighbor.
The solution? Golf netting (or driving range netting, depending on your situation). At Ace Golf Netting, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve done installations from 25 to 125 feet tall (or even higher if needed), and we do the entire job from start to finish, including:
- Design and general consulting
- Running all necessary cabling, hardware and rigging
- Sewing a poly rope border into the sections of netting
- Stretching all cables and hanging netting
With Ace’s golf range netting, every installation is a custom fit for the job at hand. We see the job through from start to finish. We want customers and neighbors to be happy with the type of job and installation we do, and we make sure that they will be.
Unique Designs Based on Your Needs
While a typical driving range netting installation isn’t dramatically different from a golf range netting job, there’s no such thing as a “typical driving range netting installation.” Every customer has different needs and different applications, and we bring all of our experience and expertise to every driving range netting installation job. Remember: Ace Golf Netting is not a general construction contractor. We don’t do sidewalks, utility construction, culverts or anything else. Golf netting, driving range netting and landfill/debris netting aren’t just sidelines for us; they are all that we do.