No one has fun when the ball goes out of play. Especially when someone is hurt or property is damaged. Golf Net solutions proudly offers golf and sports netting systems to keep the players, spectators, and those who live around your facility happy. There are several reasons for having one of our systems installed at your course or facility. The three main reasons for a golf course or sports facility to install barrier netting are: safety, preventing potential legal problems, and better relationships with your commercial and residential neighbors.
You’ve heard the term “safety first” enough to know that it truly needs to be the first priority of any business. you’ve also heard the term, “It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt,” enough and experienced it enough to know that it’s true. Golf courses and sports facilities offer “fun and games” (as well as exercise and relaxation) to their customers. Those “fun and games” can quickly turn into headaches and angry customers if errant shots are injuring the players or spectators. It can even turn into lawsuits if the injuries or damages to their property are severe enough. This is where barrier netting can create peace of mind for both you and those who come to enjoy a round of golf or to play some sports at your facilities. It’s your responsibility as the golf course or sports facility to ensure the safety and protection of your customers, spectators, and their property. Golf Net Solutions can help provide netting solutions to help you fulfill that responsibility.
No golf course or sports facility wants to deal with the stressful nightmare that lawsuits can be. Golf courses and sports facilities are obligated to protect their customers and their property. This even extends to those who own property bordering your facilities. Most homeowners know when buying a house next to a golf course there will be a chance for errant shots entering their property. If there is extensive damage, they will often file a lawsuit against the facility. They may file negligence or nuisance claims against the course or sports facility for the damages. A great way to prevent the headache and costs of fighting a lawsuit is to place protective golf or sports netting on your property. It’s a great way to insure yourself against negligence claims and nuisance claims by simply keeping stray balls in bounds on your property. An added bonus is the fact that the netting structures will provide extra separation from your property and those that border your business, which means fewer trespassers. There have been instances where people trespassing on golf courses have actually sued the course for sledding, ice skating, and drowning accidents.
“Good netting systems make good neighbors” is something we like to say here at Golf Net Solutions. Having lived next to a golf course for more than a decade, I know how frustrating it is as a homeowner when the golf course won’t take action to stop the golf balls that were damaging our house. When the golf course or sports facility puts up netting systems to protect its neighbors, everyone is happy. They see that the course or sports facility is doing its part to keep stray balls on their property and keeping people on the other side of the net safe. One of the main reasons we started Golf Net Solutions was to provide peace of mind for people on “both sides” of the net. We want to make sure homeowners and businesses that border golf courses or sports facilities have peace of mind knowing they won’t suffer more damage from stray shots. We also want to offer peace of mind for the golf course and sports facility owners knowing that their netting systems are helping prevent potential legal and safety issues.
With over 35 years of experience, Golf Net Solutions (a division of Colonial Flag Co.) is uniquely qualified to create bespoke solutions for your golf course or sports facility. We understand that safety and preventing legal issues are the primary concerns for those seeking our services.we use only the highest quality American built steel poles, and UV treated safety nets to ensure your netting system looks great and stands the test of time of bad weather.
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