Golf Mats

Nobody ever tells you about the dangers of hitting golf balls from a hard surface turf mat Learning golf is hard enough. How much harder it is to play well if you’re trying to hit shots off a hard surface mat!

You might as well practice hitting shots from a cart path. Why do people even consider practicing golf from a hard surface or Astroturf mat? Astroturf is nothing like grass as far as hitting a golf ball goes.

Think about it – Would you play golf on an Astroturf golf course? What most golfers don’t know about hitting from a golf mat could lead to serious, life-long injuries.

I’ve been doing a lot of research into soft fiber golf mats, which are specifically designed to overcome the epidemic problems of golf pain and injury. How hitting from a Fiberbuilt SOFT FIBER mat is actually better than grass A soft fiber mat will naturally ingrain in your swing the proper downward swing path.

You’ll learn to create more backspin just because you’ll be consistently practicing the proper downward motion. It’s extremely difficult to hit a metal / wood or hybrid club from a hard surface or Astroturf mat. The Fiberbuilt soft fiber hitting surface is the most realistic artificial golf surface ever built.

No other golf mat can come even close to the lifelike experience of hitting golf shots from our soft fiber mats. But what if I like hitting from a tight lie so I can get a realistic feel for hitting the ball from a short cut fairway? Otherwise, how will I know that I hit it clean and make sure that I’m not hitting fat shots?

That’s a question I asked because before I bought my soft fiber golf mat. I had gotten used to practicing a certain way from a hard surface mat or firm grass. This happened for me – I started hitting the ball much higher are a result of better backspin. More importantly for me is I’m not hitting shots thin anymore. Many golf pros are used to hitting from tight lies in well groomed ranges and fairways.

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