The 6 Best Golf Cages

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This wiki has been updated 19 times since it was first published in November of 2018. Practice makes perfect, but for most golfers, life’s obligations get in the way of spending as much time at the driving range or on the course as we’d like. With one of these cages, you’ll have the freedom to work on your swing in the comfort of your own home or backyard. It’s easy to improve your drive and polish your chipping skills when you don’t have to worry about errant balls wreaking havoc. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Galileo Training

2. Dura-Pro Velocity

3. Net World Professional

Editor's Notes

November 30, 2018:

Looked into the ProActive MasterCage, but user-reported durability concerns prevented it from appearing on the list. Made sure to indicate that some of these models do not come with frame poles, which must be purchased separately for those products.

4. Golf Practice 77Tech

5. Select Golf Target

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6. Cimarron Masters

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