This 8′ High, 24′ wide backstop netting is perfect for stopping high and wide shot pucks and saving the windows. They can be used both during the winter with your rink and during the summer across the front of the garage. The nets are made with heavy duty strands, spaced at just 7/8″ to make sure the pucks don’t get through. With the tight 7/8″ spacing they can also be used for golf balls or a backstop for baseball practice as well. YouTube “In ground pole sleeves for barrier netting” We haven’t tried those, but they look perfect! We install the backstop net by attaching the net and one 20′ guide line to the top of two 2x4x12 boards. Then dig two, 2′ deep post holes place the ends of the 2×4’s into the holes, hold them straight up, back fill the hole with the dirt (you’ll have some extra). Then pull the guide lines out to tighten the net up, and tie them off to a tree, fence, etc, or pound a stake in the ground to tie the guide line off to. (net only, does not include poles)