Golf course netting is very light weight, inexpensive and easy to install. It is used to cordon off areas where you do not want errant golf balls to travel. For example at a driving range, it is possible to apply the netting to areas such as along streets and walkways to protect people and vehicles.
Parking lots, areas where buildings are present, and restaurant and recreational areas are other locations where the golf course netting can be erected for the protection of those areas.
A driving range can be placed in a more well traveled area, since the netting can be along side more well traveled and public areas.
Since it is not always possible to hit the perfect golf shot, the golf course netting can be just the thing to take various golf venues and have them located in areas that were previously off limits.
On a golf course, the netting can be at the very spots where a hook or a slice off the tee would jeopardize a housing development or a group of houses. The glass windows and patio doors can be protected more effectively in this manner very inexpensively and in a cost-effective way.