Ease of use
The best feature of Pro Return X2 Golf Net is its ease of assembly. In less than 10 seconds, the net can pop up into a two-meter-tall frame. Also, there is no loose part, so all of this would fit into a flat round portable case.
One of the most popular problems that many users face when using ProReturn, however, lies within the disassembly. Despite instructional videos, paper tutorial, a guideline red thread attached to the product, there are complaints about the time and effort needed to fold back the net.
On the one hand, it might be the fault of ProAdvanced that their product is not customer-friendly enough. On the other hand, there are users who believe Pro Return X2 does deliver its promises, and it is just the users who have not done it right. A tip from an experienced user is not to create too steep a curve by grasping the center of the bottom frame, but rather to grasp at places halfway from the center to the edge to create a softer curve. This would probably save many from twisting the exoskeleton and wreck the product.
ProAdvanced Pro Return X2 Golf Net is small enough when folded, and big enough when popped up. The triangle shape allows easy and firm setup, but since the frame is smaller towards the top, golfers who have not gained control of their hedges might want to clear their fragile furniture.
X2 means there are two inner nets. The first Pro Return prototype underwent the problem of unstable quality, so this new version offers a more secure netting. They also sell replaceable net for $29. Their rival product Rukk Net is around 50 dollars more expensive but has four inner nets and one outer net. It is up to the golfers’ budget and needs to make their final decision. Still, for folding golf nets, mock balls are the better option for the sake of practice and the longevity of the net. As long as you are sticking with mock golf balls, Pro Return X2 Golf Net would stay with you for a good while.