UPDATE AS OF 4/12/23
I am back from injury and am working on turfs as quickly as I can. Finishing February orders over the weekend. All orders should be caught up by 4/23.
With the supply chain issues, shipping problems, and other situations, I will more than likely be shutting down sales come the end of May, at least temporarily. I will be relocating to the Madison, WI area at that time. I thank everyone for their sales these last number of years and am sorry to those that had a longer than expected delay in receiving their turf. I will be taking some time this weekend to return as many calls and emails as I can.
I am very sorry for any inconvenience and I thank everyone for their patience.
ALL orders have a 4-6 week estimated lead time.
Canada Orders can be place here via the website. All other international orders can be made via eBay.
Orders go out as they are received.
Please do not open a case through PayPal to speed up shipping. Your order will be cancelled and refunded.
Emails and phone calls I'm trying to get to best I can, as they take away from production time. All products are handmade.
I will update this as much as possible
DIY Stance Mat Instructions
How to build your own stance mat inexpensively
STANCE PLATFORM 2
I recently purchased one of your Opti Shot turf covers. I don't normally try and correspond with people I buy things from off the internet but I was so pleased with my purchase experience with you I could not hold back.
First, I am very pleased with my Opti Shot turf replacement. Quality is excellent. Fit was perfect.
Second, and most important was your advice on how to build a stance platform. Your ideas and direction inspired me to do something really special. I am so pleased with the results I thought I would share my project with you.
As I'm sure you are aware there are dozens of choices for stance platforms on the internet. Some specifically designed to go with Opti Shot. I saw items priced from $179 all the way up to $500. They did seem nice in one way or the other but each had some short coming that kept me from pulling the trigger.
Your simple concept with reasonably priced materials opened my eyes as to how simple making my own would be. I am especially proud of mine because I made it myself to my exact specifications and couldn't be happier.
Here are my specs. I am also attaching pictures. They all may not fit in one email so I will send additional emails.
Opti Shot opening set at 5' from the back edge of the platform. My son is 6'4" and needed the extra length. It fits both os us great and even have room to lay some balls out when hitting at the range.
Materials: (2) 1/4"x4'x8' sheets of Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF). Material is very strong, flat and smooth and perfect for accepting the carpet adhesive. I also used the pink outdoor styrofoam insulation board. I used a 1-1/2"x4'x8' piece.
I used panel adhesive to glue the MDF and foam board together after cutting my opening in the top sheet and foam. In the pictures you will see how I made the wire access hole.
On top of the MDF I glued 7/16" gym floor padding using indoor/outdoor carpet adhesive. It worked great to hold it down. I bought an inexpensive grade of gym floor pad from the same do it center I got the MDF and foam board from.
I then wrapped and glued/stapled some inexpensive indoor/outdoor green turf grass carpet (6x8 piece) over the padding.
Set in the Opti Shot and away we go.
The padding makes the surface incredibly comfortable. Easy to stand and play 36 holes without any back pain from the cold basement floor. Has a real grass/sod feel as it gives nicely when you drive off your feet while swinging.
MDF = $20
Foam board = $15 Gym Floor = $40 Turf carpet = $15 Adhesive = $13
Total for platform = $103
A complete bargain and the quality is amazing.
Thanks again. I hope you enjoy reviewing my design. Comments welcome.