Golf Impact Screens * Golf Hitting Screens

The Beginner's Guide to Golf Impact Screens. 6/10/18

The main purpose of a golf impact screen is to take the impact of a real golf ball and display a high quality HD image from your computer, cable box and projector. The golf impact screen should be designed to fit your exact space requirements and frame design. Spectrum Golf is going to give you a quick run down on how to set up your golf impact screen to meet your requirements.

Golf Impact Screen Construction.

All of our golf impact screen material is made right here in the USA. We are able to control the quality and consistency of the golf impact screen material to make sure it exceeds specifications. spectrum golf then brings in the rolls of golf impact screen material to their facility, where they can begin the cutting process. As a smaller company, Spectrum Golf is able to design and manufacture custom size golf impact screen to fit your exact specifications. We can manufacture any length  and up to 108 inches wide. We sew all of our golf impact screens in house. We start with a 1 inch black reinforced webbing and triple hem it in each side of the golf impact screen. This makes our golf impact screens some of the strongest on the market. For added durability, we sew sleeves into our golf impact screens. This allows us to insert a pvc pipe into the golf impact screen. The purpose of the pvc pipe is to create a nice smooth border around the golf impact screen and take the tension off of  the screen material when you pull the golf impact screen tight. In addition, we do not use ball bungees or nylon ties to install our golf impact screens, we use 3/4 inch webbing with an adjustable strap. This strap allows you to increase and decrease the tension of the golf impact screen. If you are getting too much ball bounce back, then just loosen, if you want to watch a movie, then you can tighten to remove any wrinkles or waves in your golf impact screen. 

Golf Impact Screen Material.

Spectrum Golf has two types of golf impact screen material. Supertex and Poly. Our Supertex golf screen material has the highest quality HD image and can take a real golf ball. This golf impact screen material is our residential version and is suitable for most applications. For commercial applications, we recommend our poly golf impact screen material.  The poly material does have a slight grain to it, so the image is not quite as crisp. If you hit a lot of balls, poly golf impact screen material might be the way to go.

Golf Impact Screen Design

In addition to our standard sleeve golf impact screen, we have several other golf impact screen designs to meet your specific application. 

Hanging Golf Impact Screen.

We have a golf impact screen with sleeves on top and bottom that run all the way through. The sides of the golf impact screen are hemmed . This golf impact screen design allows a conduit pipe through the top and bottom. We then have 4 inch end cap on each end with a eyehook to hang a chain from. We can sewn in straps on the sides as an option. The standard sizes for these hanging golf impact screens are 120 x 108 and 144 x 108.

Knotched Golf Impact Screen.

We have a screen frame kit that  allows us to wrap the golf impact screen around the entire frame. This golf screen frame is only 14 inches deep and can be up to 105 inches tall and any width. The golf impact screen wraps around the front of the golf frame and attaches to the back with adjustable straps. Standard size of this golf impact screen is 120 x 105.

Sewn-in Strap Golf Impact Screen

For smaller applications ( 8 ft and under ), we have a golf impact screen with 4 adjustable straps sewn in on each side. This is a great golf impact screen for temporary applications or on a setup that needs to be moved often.

Golf Impact Screen Conclusion

No matter what your application is or what size space you have, Spectrum Golf can make and design a golf impact screen to meet your needs. All of our golf impact screens are made   in the USA and carry a limited 6 month warranty. Stay tune for our next article on golf screen frames.