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  • JpeayScratch
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    WPStangs , Just the review I was looking for... Thanks!

  • WPStangs
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    Thanks @jpeayscratch!

    This turf is great for the price. I mainly bought it for looks--I would not recommend actually hitting off of it. You can putt on it, but there are more quality turf products out there.

    In short, it is great for filling the space and standing on it, but I would not recommend for performance or comfort (i.e. you would not want to sit or lay on it for an extended period of time). It seems to be very durable - no signs of wear after six months of use. Easy to clean with a vacuum. Sounds like it would be a good fit for you!

  • JpeayScratch
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    Wow! This is phenomenal.

    I am currently looking into turf flooring (for standing and maybe putting), how satisfied are you with the Fitness 36? How is the feel and durability so far?

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  • WPStangs
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    Thank you sir! The 20X16 measurement is the measurement of the interior walls of the shed. gman923

  • gman923
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    Great looking area! Safe to assume the 20x16 dimension you provide is the inside dimension of the sim area and not the external dimension of the shed?

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  • WPStangs
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    @isarinana

    Appreciate the kind words.
    The black out material is trim sold by Par2Pro. I used Par 2 Pro for my screen, trim, and projector. The trim attaches by velcro, so I can remove it or move it whenever I want. Love it.

    For the frame plans, I cannot locate the actual drawing. It was done by the guys at Par2Pro--highly recommend them. The wood frame is 168 inches wide and 98 inches tall, so the screen is slightly smaller than that and then connected to the wood frame by bungees (angle iron lines the inside of the wood frame).

    Let me know if you have any other questions!

  • isarinana
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    Such a great looking setup!! Question, do you happen to still have the wood frame plans? Also, how did you order the black out material around the screen?

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  • WPStangs
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    I spoke with the owner and it was a custom job--not a prefab shed. Sorry!

  • taylor310@gmail.com
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    This is kind of my dream set up. Would love to do something like this for projector purposes. I'm also curious what the previous owner used. If it was a prefab shed, or something that was built by hand.

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  • Deuce
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    Fantastic build; perfect use for a shed.

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  • razorbacks3129
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    Wow, that looks incredible. Would love to simulate one of my signature hooks into the next fairway out there.

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  • kalcormier
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    You definitely did it right!

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  • WPStangs
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    The minisplit works great and is more than enough for my shed. I am in East Texas, and I can keep the shed at 68 degrees on a hot summer day if I wanted to. I keep it at 78 degrees while I am away so that it doesn't get hot. I have not noticed much of an increase to my electricity bill. The sound is minimal. I forget it is on most of the time.

    GC2 is definitely next, but the wife has a few projects of her own that need to be completed before I can upgrade the shed!

  • WPStangs
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    Thank you. I do not have anything behind it, and I don't think it is necessary. I was concerned about that from the beginning, but it sits 12 inches from the wall and I have never had a ricochet or anything. Bounceback is perfect--Wedges and irons roll back slowly to me at 9 feet. Driver can sometimes roll past the mat.

    As far as sound, it is relatively quiet. Driver can be loud, but that will happen anywhere. I have some added noise because the ceiling is lined with corrugated steel.

  • WPStangs
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    Thanks! The unit is very quiet and cools quickly. I leave it on 78 degrees in the summer, as it frequently hits 100 degrees here in Texas. Definitely worth it!
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