Carl's Place Divot Hitting Strip
Having trouble finding a soft, yet realistic hitting surface for your golf simulator? A do-it-yourself Carl’s Place Divot Hitting Strip could be just that perfect balance.
Inset the soft strip into a putting turf or subfloor to save your arm joints. While both strips are very soft, the beginner strip is the softest and most forgiving, while the advanced strip is soft and forgiving for your joints, but will punish you for fat shots.
Playing on your golf simulator like there’s no tomorrow, and your hitting area is getting worn out? No need to replace the whole hitting mat; just cut out and replace the worn down area, or replace your torn up hitting strip with a new one! Carl’s Place Divot Hitting Strip will help you build a softer type of golf mat.
Carl’s Place Divot Hitting Strip Features
Replace Just Part of Your Golf Mat
Designed for the DIYer, the Carl’s Place Divot Hitting Strip should inset 1.75” into a hitting surface. Ideal for:
- DIY build into a putting turf and subfloor
- A Carl’s Place Hitting Mat with a 12" by 30” piece cut-out
- Another brand of golf mat where the hitting area wore out
It is not meant to be a standalone product.
Beginner or Advanced
We offer two versions of hitting strips. The beginner style is softer and most forgiving, while the advanced strip is still on the soft side, but a bit more realistic if you really do take a divot.
Whether you need to replace the hitting area of a well-used Carl's Place Hitting Mat or a different brand of hitting mat - these hitting strips fit perfectly into several different hitting mat brands.
12" wide by 30" deep by approximately 1.75" high
Made with three strips of the softest foam on the bottom. This softer golf strip lets you hit the golf ball comfortably even if you don't have the perfect swing, yet.
Similar to the beginner hitting strip, made with three strips of soft foam, but not as soft squishy to help ease the pain on your joints, while also providing more realistic feedback on whether you chunk a shot.
“They say golf is a good walk, spoiled. Well, what if you took most of the walking out of it?”Carl