Lou Merloni, former Red Sox player, trying out our Crocbox at The National Golf Expo in Boston at the Seaport World Trade Center!
Here is a video of the CrocBox in action at the Be the Best show in Atlantic City. It was amazing to see people react to the CrocBox completely disappearing when put away. MLB umpire hopeful Jen Pawol got to hit some softballs into the net. Jim Eisenreich stopped by to hit some golf balls. Former Red Sox Lars Anderson was even impressed with the CrocBox.
No more excuses for why you can't practice. This is a golf/sports net that goes into the ground! Talk about not taking up any space. The perfect gift for every athlete in your family.
Our CrocBox smart net will give you expert shot feedback to help you improve your game.
Watch the video to see how easy it is to use.
The CrocBox is completely hidden until its time to play. Check out how the CrocBox can help your golf game.
Check out how the CrocBox can be set up quickly for baseball. The CrocBox sports net system is hidden until its time to play
Watch us hit a flaming golf ball into a fire pit 15 yards away
"...strong enough to withstand many high-speed impacts, and can be stored underground to keep it safe...This box is super convenient for those golf enthusiast who enjoy practicing. Use this net as a warm up before a round, after a round of golf, or in-between golf rounds. "
It sounds like they really enjoyed our sports net system. Please go read what they have to say, or even better, watch the video!
Golf is a tough game, some would say, one of the toughest. But it is also one of the only sports that you can play for your entire life. One of the only sports you can enjoy with your kids and your wife. Sure, there's bowling but I am talking outside.
...Improvement in golf is a never ending struggle; there is no perfect. The bulk of golfers in the U.S., according the to USGA, is a 15 handicap; but, Golf Digest notes that most don't participate in the USGA system. 1.25% of golfers in the U.S. are a 1 handicap (that’s 26,000 in America out of 26 million golfers).
"If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it." Einstein said that. By no means, do I consider myself in Einstein’s ballpark, but the quote holds true. Not all ideas change the world, some just a teeny bit off of it, and that’s ok.