Spornia SPG-7 Review

I constantly get asked what practice net I can recommend. Usually, I’m hesitant because almost all of the budget nets I’ve tried are junk. However, one product caught my eye last year, but I couldn’t get my hands on it because it kept selling out.

Well, it’s finally back in stock, and it lived up to my expectations. Find out more in my latest review.

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Just read your review and it came just in time. While spring is here, so is the rain, so practice is still happening mostly indoors for me. Plus I work from home and like to get a few swings in over lunch every day. My Haack net isn’t cutting it anymore. It’s massive at 7x10 and after one year the netting is starting to fall apart.
I was between the Net Return and the Spornia and I think you just made my mind up.
Thanks again @jon !

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no problem! I think you’ll really like it. As I said in the review, I absolutely love my Net Return, but I realize it’s a really steep price. I think the Spornia makes sense for most golfers because it gets you above the budget level without breaking the bank.

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Good review, as usual, Jon. I have had mine in the garage now for a month. I keep the top pole installed, remove the two side poles and store it upright in the back of the garage. Then I can drag it out and install in a couple minutes. Fortunately, my garage ceiling is 12 feet. The extra side nets have come in handy:). You are right about the lack of extra loud noise. When I come into the house after 40 minutes, I get no complaints about booming or loud cracks from the spouse.

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I was trying one of the cheaper ones you see on Amazon last year in the backyard. I hit my driver twice, felt like my eardrums were going to explode, and then it ripped.

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Saving up for net return

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That looks like a really nice net. The Spornia was on my radar, but I ended up getting a really good deal on a Rukket Rukknet pre-Covid and I’ve been very happy with it.

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I bought a Galileo, not very expensive. I tied an old bed sheet inside the frame to muffle the sound as a beat my brains in and it might disturb my neighbors…works beautifully. The target and stuff that came with the set-up…NAH! ripped apart…I don’t need the target anyway…I do utilize the PRGR alot and it’s great!

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In high school I hung a comforter over my closet and would hit full shots into it. Then I sh*nked one through the wall, and that experiment ended real quickly :joy::joy:

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Very good review, @jon! I have a Spornia as well, and I think it’s a well built, quality golf net. It’s really helped me change my focus during practice and pairing it with the Divot Board has been money.

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Awesome - two solid products right there!

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You broke a wall, my dad woulda broke my a$$…lol there’s a reason golf is outside…holes in walls is the reason!:blush:

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Sorry guys, haven’t posted for awhile but constant lurker. I bought the SPG-7 Residential Bundle in December and the net is excellent. Quick set up and take down, although take down takes a couple of tries before you acquire the skill :sunglasses: I use it in the garage and it’s design catches the balls before they can bounce on concrete. No issues from driver through wedges. The mat is great as well, just a good idea to put some type of cushioning underneath it between the mat and concrete if you’re going to hit a lot of iron shots. Paired it with a Flightscope Mevo ( not +) and the set up works really well. I have a dozen ProV1s that I put the metallic stickers on that are dedicated for garage practice with the Spornia. Happy consumer…

Net Bundle: https://spornia.com/collections/all-products/products/spg-7-golf-net-dura-pro-plus-residential-golf-mat-combo

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I went ahead and ordered the compact net. Arrived the next day (benefit of being in LA with an LA-based company I guess)!
Turns out they packed the standard size poles instead of the compact ones. Sent an email and got a reply in 10 minutes that they were sending me the correct ones (tracking number included).
I could actually kinda/sorta make it work with the incorrect poles. Immediately feel like this is a quality product. Plus, that’s some fantastic customer service as well.

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My one recommendation would be use caution when installing the roof poles. They are a tiny bit rough around the edges and can cause a hole to form in the sleeve.


Other than that, this net is built with quality in mind and I can’t recommend it enough.

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That is incredible stuff

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