Maxfli 7' x 9' Golf Hitting Net

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Maxfli 7' x 9' Golf Hitting Net is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 64.
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Maxfli 7' x 9' Golf Hitting Net
Maxfli 7' x 9' Golf Hitting Net
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Take advantage of practicing at home instead of the range with the Maxfli® 7x9 Hitting Net. This training accessory easily sets up and breaks down, and allows you to practice your hitting and perfect your swing in the comfort of your backyard. Measuring at 9’ x 7’, this hitting net covers a lot of space to ensure your golf balls do not travel into your neighbor’s yard.

FEATURES:

  • Designed to help you practice your hitting
  • Sets up and breaks down easily
  • Measures 9’L x 5’D x 7’H
  • Brand: Maxfli
  • Country of Origin: Imported

Web ID: SS14MXFL79GLFNT

Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a good indoor net I searched for similar priced nets and the maxfli seemed like the best fit. I needed one that fit my finished basement and protected the walls and surroundings from any fly balls. I also wanted a corrall for soccer balls and a haven to play for the kids.I really like the product and chip easily into the backdrop. I felt the need to fortify the provided backdrop with duck tape to bolster the impact. It also quiets the strike. i am very satisfied with this product. I am usually very stringent on my purchases as well. It's a good buy... the other reviews are confusing and don't explain enough. I would certainly recommend. p.s I set this up myself easily. The directions are in the box and its just like a dome tent. -Just slide the poles throuth the shoots and push them through.
Date published: 2015-01-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Replaced Twice in 3 months very poor quality and design TL:DR - Poles are not designed properly and will fail. Bought two and had same issue.As the title states, I went through two of these in 3 months. The first one lasted two months before one of the carbon fiber poles snapped at a joint in the curve. I returned it thinking it was maybe it was a defective pole.The second one after a few weeks started sagging a little bit. Due to prior experience, I further inspected the poles to find that they were beginning to weaken and would eventually fail. They were already showing signs of stress where the metal cuts into the bare carbon fiber. Additionally on this one the soft sleeves where the poles slide through on the net had ripped. So it was returned after a few weeks.It would be my recommendation to not purchase this product until they fixed the pole issue.
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Maxjunk Bought net a week ago, Absolutely the biggest piece of junk I have ever bought Poles won't even stay together long enough to setup the net.I read all the reviews on here about how horrible the poles were and how bad they were about breaking and it is true. You would be better off finding some long twigs and use them as the poles i'm not joking that's how horrible they are. After finally getting the net setup it did do a good job stoping golf balls. just be prepared to replace the poles after one use. I hope this is no reflection on the quality of products that Dick's is carrying!!!!!
Date published: 2018-10-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality I bought this net last month. After one day, one of the poles was snapped. Brought it back for an exchange and took home a new one. No issues. After hitting about 100 balls into it, the target has completely ripped off. Came home today and both poles were snapped in several different places. The material is cheap and there is way too much tension on the poles. Good design overall but terrible quality. Not even sure if I can take it back at this point.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Big Let Down Got the Maxfli Golf Hitting Net in April 2019 to get myself ready for the golf season and man what a let down! The rods that connect together and act as an endoskeleton for the net began crack and break at cuplink area that holds each rod in place. From what I can tell, the rods area a low grade fiber that in all farness can't take the constant bending. With the rods breaking at the connecting points the rods in turn poke and rip through the sleeves which causes your next problem, standing upright... The one positive thing is that the net itself is very well made. Please upgrade the rods and you'd have a great product! With all that said, I couldn't recommend this item for anyone.
Date published: 2019-06-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible Product - Maxfli should be ashamed Piece of junk! I bought this 3 days ago and the net held up fine after putting 100 or so balls into it. Left net standing for 2 days and found it on the ground today with one of the poles snapped. No storms, no high winds and net didn't move. I'm beyond disappointed that I bought this. This is the biggest piece of junk I've ever owned and have reached out to Maxfli to share how terrible this product is. Do yourself a favor and buy ANY OTHER NET.
Date published: 2018-07-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Run do not buy Run do not buy very difficult to put together you need a lot of room multiple people a lot of time by the time you get it together if you don't break its first second or third try you can you will have to put it away cuz you will have no time to use it after work and it takes a large part of the yard when you finally get together and not breaking it multiple times I wished I how to read reviews before I purchased next time I will would have been a very big help I would have gone the other way ASAP
Date published: 2018-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not waste your Money I bought this and hit about 25 golf balls into and went inside came out about a hour later and one of the rods had snapped. I packed it up and went to My local Dicks to Exchange it. Got a new one and set it up and it lasted about 3 hours without me even hitting into it before it snapped. No storms or even strong wind. It is also a hassle to set up requires at least two people. It has a nice design but is made with very cheap material that can’t even withstand the weight of the net. Not very happy after spending almost $90 on this
Date published: 2019-06-02
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