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    Choosing a Windscreen for Your Athletic Facility

    Posted by Ryan Wilby

    Sep 28, 2017 7:04:02 AM

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    As part of our custom netting department, we are proud to introduce windscreens as one of our newest product lines. Used to block the wind, sunshine, noise and/or debris, these finely netted screens can be found on baseball diamonds, tennis courts, municipal parks, recreation areas, golf courses, industrial sites and ski resorts.

    While these screens can be extremely versatile for any location or facility, there is a bit of homework that needs to be done before selecting the right solution.

    Available in a number of different configurations, buyers will first need to identify the right windscreen product to address their unique needs. Our windscreens are available in a number of different fabrics, lengths and configurations. Below we will break down our main products, giving you additional insight into the buying process before purchasing a screen.

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    Topics: Golf Netting, Sports Netting, Netting Barriers, Windscreens

    Exploring Alternative Netting Applications

    Posted by Ryan Wilby

    Jan 26, 2017 4:02:00 AM

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    Generally speaking, we all have some sort of an idea as to what constitutes sports barrier netting.  As a large portion of our business, custom netting solutions for sports applications are vital for the safety and well-being of both participants and spectators.

    Coming in all shapes and sizes, our netting barriers can be found in parks, athletic facilities and sports fields across Canada and the United States.  Ranging from portable or permanent barrier netting solutions surrounding soccer pitches and baseball diamonds, to lining golf fairways and driving ranges, our netting solutions span across a wide variety of uses.

    Aside from its most conventional use, there are a surprisingly large number of other applications our custom netting department is tasked with each and every year.  Here are a few netting applications we can design that you may not have thought about.

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    Topics: Golf Netting, Sports Netting, Netting Barriers

    Complete Netting Barriers for Every Application

    Posted by Ryan Wilby

    Apr 16, 2015 6:35:43 AM

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    Our netting department is one of our most versatile product lines, with applications across a number of sports and general uses.

    While we carry traditional sports netting such as hockey goal netting, soccer goal netting, volleyball netting and the like, we also provide our customers with completely customized barrier netting solutions. Our barrier netting solutions are also used in many sports applications, to reduce the risk of flying objects and protecting spectators and equipment.

    Enclosing areas such as hockey rinks, tennis courts, golf driving ranges and fairways and baseball fields are a few of the most popular types of netting we design and install. This being said, there is never a one size fits all approach to netting as the barrier needs vary from sport to sport. To remedy this we carry three main varieties of netting, each designed to fulfill certain requirements for a particular application or sport.

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    Topics: Golf Netting, Sports Netting, Netting Barriers

    Work on Your Golf Swing with A Pro-Supreme Golf Practice Net

    Posted by Ryan Wilby

    Jan 29, 2015 5:00:00 AM

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    Depending on your geographical location, practicing and playing golf year round might not be an option. It is no secret that the game of golf requires a great deal of patience and persistence to improve your skills.

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    Topics: Golf Netting

    The Ultimate Sports & Containment Netting Solutions [VIDEO]

    Posted by Ryan Wilby

    Nov 27, 2014 5:30:00 AM

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    Topics: Golf Netting, Sports Netting, Netting Barriers

    Golf Swings Are Almost In Season!

    Posted by Ryan Wilby

    Feb 12, 2014 9:00:00 AM

    fence2jpg-6569f9c21385a54fWith North American groundhogs recently predicting a longer winter season than we had hoped, even the idea of a mere six weeks, gives us all hope that we will soon be swinging the sticks.

    Golf courses and facilities can certainly expect a quick start to the season when this long, treacherous and record breaking winter season comes to an end.  In addition to the spring thaw revealing the condition of fairways and greens, it is also an opportune time to get out and review other aspects of your golf course and facility that Jack Frost may have affected.

    With high winds, ice and snow storms, the winter can often leave your beautiful course in disarray come spring. Making it not only important to check up on fallen trees and debris around the course, but to ensure any golf equipment left to the elements is still in good working order.

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    Topics: Golf Equipment, Golf Netting

    Get in the Game and Out of Harm’s Way

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Dec 31, 2013 12:25:00 PM

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    The best part about seeing a live sporting event is feeling like you are a part of the action, in the middle of every play.  While being in the trajectory of a puck or a pop fly can be thrilling, sustaining an injury as a spectator is not.  Millions of people attend live sporting events each year, eager to be close to the action - and the danger.

    In the NHL, stray hockey pucks injure spectators at a rate of nearly one per game, with some fans requiring urgent medical attention.  At baseball games, catching a foul ball is an opportunity for a free souvenir and a few glorious seconds on the Jumbotron.  But when uncaught, these projectile baseballs can cause serious injury as well.

    While there is a certain assumed risk and responsibility for sports fans sitting by the field, rink, or court, liability to the venue is always a concern.  Watch out for your fans as well as yourself by installing safety netting in your sports facility from Sport Systems.

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    Topics: Golf Netting, Sports Netting, Netting Barriers

    Nothing but Net: Remix!

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Oct 31, 2013 3:39:00 PM

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    I know we discussed sports netting in our last post, and hopefully you went away with a better understanding of how essential those sports nets are to a well-stocked athletic facility. We talked about lacrosse and hockey and touched on the potential danger to players and fans. There are, however, sports with far less contact that can benefit from quality nets. 

    No, not fishing. That actually has a lot of contact - especially if you're the fish.
    I'm talking about golf! Let's face it; most of us aren't hitting the ball as straight or long as those guys on the Tour. If you want to make par you have to spend long hours at the range or on the course really working at your game. 

    Golf nets line driving ranges and golf courses, protecting people and property from the asteroid-like speed of a well-hit golf ball. Our general nylon golf barrier can be cut to whatever size application your course or facility may call for (yes, any size). Our netting is dyed black and treated with U.V. coating to protect it from the long summer sun. Black netting maintains a clean look, avoiding the kind of discoloration common in white nylon nets left exposed to the elements. Be sure you check out our Golf Netting Spec Sheet to learn more about Sport Systems golf netting solutions.

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    Topics: Golf Equipment, Golf Netting

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