Try to slow down when you turn your hands over through impact, this will prevent hooking. Also make sure you are lined up straight with your shoulders parallel to it.
You're either shanking or hooking
Golf nets are not used to cover your golf clubs when not in use. Golf nets are used to stop the golf ball after you hit it. It is like a background stop for the golf ball. There are golf nets for indoor and outdoor use.
If you are hooking the golf ball, you are most likely either getting too quick and turning your hands over just before impact therefore closing the clubface too early and causing the hook, or you may be swinging the club round your body.
Make sure you are aimed properly, and check your grip. Also slow down your swing you may just have got too quick and turned your hands over too quickly therefore closing the face prior to impact.
In order to get a shot to "sit" or "stop" on the green, you must hit down on the ball. The more that you hit down on the back of the ball, the more spin you will create and thus, the ball will stop.
A Golf Ball
It is a golf ball that has the logo of a resort/golf course printed on the ball.
That would be a golf ball.
A golf ball.
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