HD All of our golf impact screen materials are compatible for HD projection, though your projector, of course, will need to be capable of projecting a native HD resolution. Standard Impact Screens have the most texture and are likely to provide the appearance of a lower resolution image. While Premium Impact Screens have very little texture, they can provide the sharpest possible picture for your high-definition images.
1 Customers who have purchased our impact screen materials (raw material) have hung it in multiple ways. Some have used clamps; others staple the top to a piece of wood all along the top and simply let it hang.
2 Those that have purchased a finished edge impact screen have used our bungees, rope, carabiners and zip ties. Our Finished Edge Screens have black vinyl edges with grommets installed for easy installation.
3 Some customers prefer their golf impact screen fit a specific amount of space or aspect ratio, while others prefer additional height and allow the screen to drape on the ground at the bottom and assist in ball return. There is no right or wrong answer, only personal preference. Learn more about Projection Industry vs Golf Industry size options in our Golf FAQ (Technical Information Section).
Do NOT use a golf ball with Sharpie marker on it and make sure your clubs and golf balls are clean to avoid getting dirt or grass stains on your screen. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure - do your best to setup, use and store your screen in a safe, clean and dry environment.
*Please make sure to take proper safety precautions. DO take every precaution; keep children, pets and spectators out of swing range. DO take every precaution to protect ceilings, walls, windows, cars & neighboring homes. Carl's Place is not responsible for damage to property &/or personal injury.