36" X 60" XL Super Tee Golf Mat - Holds A Wooden Tee
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- 1.250" Thick
- 3' x 5' Golf Mat
- Easy on your elbows and wrists
- Hit down on the ball.
- Holds a wooden tee
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Made of 100% spring crimped nylon material. It will not fade, bunch, weather or leave marks on your clubs.The mat is 1.250" thick with a urethane backing that will withstand repeated abuse. You do not need special rubber tees. No more hitting off of a predetermined height of a rubber tee. Our mat will accept a real wooden tee which allows you to choose different clubs you want to hit at different heights. Rubber tees also give you a different feel because they obstruct your club at impact. Our mat gives you that on the course feel. Our dense fiber mat allows you to feel the difference on a fat shot because if you go to deep the thick fibers will slow your clubhead speed resulting in a fat shot. In practice you will learn to eliminate your mishit shots. Our competitors golf mat will spring off the turf into the ball which will result in mishit shots. Our mat lets you hit down on the ball for better practice.
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Seller Warranty Description1 year manufacturers warranty 8 year fade warranty
Top customer reviews
Since I divot, I have not had a good experience with backyard golf mats. I get a really painful sensation all over when I hit with most of them. I bought this as a last inexpensive attempt before having to buy a really expensive professional driving range mat costing 5 times the price of this. I am glad I got this first.
1. Very thick and cushioned feel.
2. Heavy enough. Does not slide around like small driving mats.
3. Gives a feedback if you hit it fat. You will feel it catch the mat like you would if you hit an iron in deep rough. But it does absorb the impact so it does not hurt.
4. You can use a tee!! I love that. No more using rubber tees. I get to hit like I do in the course.
5. It is durable. I have left this under the sun in my backyard for about 6 months now and it still looks the same.
6. It is so inexpensive. I have not been able to find a mat this good for this price.
1. It does not feel 100% like real grass when you hit it but it is the best I have tried so far. it is close enough though.
If you are looking for a driving mat for your backyard and that gives a good simulation of real grass, then this is a great, practical choice.
That said, the mat is awesome for irons. Even if I mishit it I don't feel it too badly in my hands or arms, and there's no harm to my club. The mat rolls up nicely although it's still bulky so you need a decent size spot to store it.
When you hit it a little fat you know it. You can't so much feel it but it is reflected in the flight of your shot for sure! I will say if laid on ground this mat can get a little lumpy. Me and my father built a wooden base for it to keep it perfectly flat and it is just as good as going to the range. He uses it everyday hitting wedge shots in his backyard and thus far about 6 months in you can see no signs of wear!
Also it must be pretty comfortable because his dog LOVES to lay and sleep on it!!
Grass is thick enouch to give feed back upon hitting. Most mats are so hard and thin that even mis-hits can feel solid. This one truly comes close to feeling like grass upon impact.
The size is large enough to accommodate any golf swing: irons, flop shot, chip shot, pitch, punch, or drive, You can do it all on this thing.
Extremely pliable for easy roll up and storage. It still rolls out flat as well. I've been thinking of building a small convex type ramp so that I can practice hitting with the ball above or below my feet as this mat can easily form to different platforms.
You can really put a tee in here, I wasn't sure if I believed it at first but the tee fits snuggly in there and feels stable when the placing the ball.
The tee can only go so low before bottoming out. Breaking a tee is easy to do for those who like lower tee heights.
You simply can't replace hitting off grass and seeing the divot, but as for a mat, I don't see it getting any better.