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Golf Course Netting for Driving Ranges - Boston, Hartford

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, May 15, 2013

As the weather warms, golf courses and driving ranges are looking to improve their venues or to add more amenities. If you golf course is looking to add a driving range or to expand, consider your golf course netting, lights and poles.  Safety is the paramount concern. With more golfers heading to the range, a new driving range with 20 stations has the potential to increase the annual revenue dramatically.

To address the problem of the safety of your patrons and the surrounding buildings, driving ranges and golf courses need to install a protective driving range net to safeguard the building and surrounds. With more apartment complexes being built on golf courses makes quality golf course netting even more important than in the past.

Golf is a huge program for boys and girls in high school now. However, existing ranges often get overcrowded with the public and the high school kids on the ranges with other golfers.  New or larger golf driving ranges are a great way to grow the game.

At ElecComm we provide installation of poles and netting for golf driving ranges and golf courses along with replacement netting and free estimates. All netting is done with Redden Nets. For more information, contact ElecComm.

Could the Golf Course Be Liable if Golf Netting is Not Replaced?

Joseph Coupal - Friday, April 26, 2013

Golf courses and driving range all over the Boston area are in need of replacement netting, poles and lighting. Spring is here, and the weather is finely nice enough that golfers can head outside and enjoy the green and the driving range.
 
Protect your business, abutting property and your guests with replacement golf course netting, poles and lighting.

According to an attorney who was quoted on CBS:

“If you hit a ball and that ball happens to head off and hurt somebody, you are responsible and you have a responsibility to step up,” said attorney Eric Ratinoff.

Ratinoff says while a golfer may be to blame, he doesn’t think that necessarily releases the golf course of all responsibility.

“If the golf course hasn’t at least taken reasonable measures to make sure the golf ball is either stopped with netting, whether it’s high enough or the netting is appropriate enough for the circumstances, then the golf course could be liable too,” said Ratinoff.

At ElecComm we provide installation of poles and netting for golf driving ranges and golf courses along with replacement netting and free estimates.  We use only the best materials and all of our netting is done with Redden Nets. For more information, contact ElecComm.


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