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    I remember a while back Brian had a hitting mat he was recommending. With my HS golf season over I was thinking about having our booster club buy us a couple of mats so we could hit balls in the auxilliary gym this winter and early spring. I think those foam practice balls or those "almost golf" balls would be better than not hitting at all. Especially with my team or relative beginners. And hey they let the baseball players loose in there!

    Throw in a trip to a simulator a couple of times this winter and I hope we can hit the ground running when the snow melts.
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    My recollection is that it was the Country Club Elite Real Feel Golf Mat.

    FWIW, I bought mine on Brian's recommendation and I have never regretted it.

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    Thanks. I thought that was it but I wanted to be sure. Didn't want to drop that kind of $$ on a crappy product.
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