Golf is a game that requires plenty of practice but we know firsthand that getting to the course or the range isn’t always possible. With this in mind, we’ve put together this guide that outlines how you can work on key aspects of your game without having to leave the house.

Putting Practice

With golf it’s near on impossible to score well if you don’t putt well and many an amateur golfer will find themselves throwing away shots every weekend with unnecessary 3 putts and missed short putts.

Putting is undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of the game and thankfully it’s also one of the easiest elements of golf to work on at home. Dedicating time to putting practice can make a real difference to your scores and the potential improvements you can make should never be overlooked.

With our range of FORB golf putting mats you can practice putting at home easily. We have options to suit all requirements, with mats that can be used both indoors and outdoors.

Putting practice involves a lot of repetition and being able to work on your putting stroke using a putting practice mat will be massively beneficial.

Take a look at some of the putting mats we stock that can be used for golf putting drills below:

FORB Dual-Speed Putting Mat

FORB Dual-Speed Putting Mat
FORB 10ft dual speed putting mat

A 10ft long dual speed putting mat that can be used indoors and outdoors. Featuring two grades of artificial grass to replicate a fast and slow green.

FORB Home Golf Putting Mat

FORB Home Golf Putting Mat
Roll up golf putting mat

Available in 10ft and 12ft lengths, this premium golf putting mat can also be used indoors and outdoors. The holes are positioned on a 2-inch incline and can really help improve the length and line of your putts.

FORB Professional Golf Putting Mat XL

FORB XL Golf Putting Mat
Roll up FORB golf putting mat

The ultimate putting mat, the XL professional mat is 13ft long and 6.5ft wide. Manufactured from 12mm grass polyethylene with a 40mm grass surround that simulates putting from the fringe of the green.

Chipping Practice

Having a good touch around the greens can save you a few shots a round so it makes sense to dedicate time to working on the variety of golf chip shots you’ll need to have in your repertoire.

Golf chipping practice is something that can be done from home easily. The purchase of a FORB golf chipping practice net that can act as a target and also collect your golf balls could be all you need to get started.

Used outdoors, you can place the chipping net in front of you and play different types of shots into the basket, from lofted chips to lower, bump-and-run styles shots. You can also move the chipping net closer or further away to work on your chipping range, ensuring you feel comfortable playing chips from a variety of distances.

If you want to protect your lawn from any damage, it could also be worth purchasing a golf mat that will ensure your lawn remains intact whilst you complete your chipping drills.

Our FORB Dual Side and Tri Turf mats have distinct sections to simulate different areas of golf courses. Practice as if you’re playing from the fairway or the rough so you’re prepared for all lies on the golf course.

Our top products for chipping practice include:

FORB Practice Golf Chipping Net

FORB golf chipping net
Golf chipping practice net

The essential piece of equipment for golf chipping practice, the pop-up chipping net has a diameter of 60cm and comes with pegs and a carry bag.

FORB Tri Turf Golf Hitting Mat

FORB Tri Turf Golf Hitting Mat
Foldaway golf hitting mat

The FORB Tri Turf mat features three sections to simulate fairway, semi-rough and rough. The mat is 60cm x 40cm but folds up for easy storage.

FORB Academy Golf Practice Mat

FORB Academy Golf Practice Mat
 Golf practice mat

The FORB Academy Golf Practice Mat is bigger than the FORB Tri Turf at 5ft x 3.2ft which means you take your stance on the mat. Closely replicating playing from the fairway, the mat also comes with tees so can also be used for shots other than chips.

Ball Striking/Swing Practice

Whether you’re hitting a driver or a wedge, ball striking is a hugely important aspect of golf. Whilst you may think that you need to head to the range or the course to get your practice in, it’s possible to work on these things from home.

There is no substitute for hitting balls and having a setup in your garden that allows you to practice will do wonders for your game. Whether it’s working on golf swing changes or keeping your current swing ticking over, you’ll benefit from the time you spend practicing at home.

To enable you to practice, we have a range of golf hitting nets that are suitable for use in gardens. These portable golf nets can easily be erected and then taken down, so they don’t need to stay up all year round - although we also have nets available that can be left up throughout the year too.

To complement these nets, we also have golf hitting mats that can be used to protect your grass meaning you can enjoy hours of golf training at home without the expense of the driving range.

The top products for working on your golf swing at home include:

FORB Portable Garden Golf Net

FORB Portable Garden Golf Net
Portable golf hitting net for the garden

The 7ft x 7ft garden practice net is perfect for practicing at home. The strong 20mm net is quick and easy to assemble and can withstand even the most powerful drives.

Professional Golf Driving Wall

Professional Golf Driving Wall
Golf hitting wall for garden practice

The professional golf driving wall is incredibly durable and can easily be put up and taken down. At 10ft x 9ft in size, it’s perfect for containing golf balls during practice sessions.

Freestanding Golf Cage & Net [Home Driving Range]

Freestanding golf practice cage
Golf cage for home practice

Similar to the practice/warm-up cages found at golf courses but designed for home use, the freestanding golf cage and net is the ultimate solution for golf practice in the garden.

 

All of the golf training equipment above is sure to help you improve your game so why not take advantage of the opportunity to practice from the comfort of your own home?