G-TRAK Retractable Sports Screen is a Game Changer For Any Garage



Lightweight, remote control screen creates indoor training solution for tight spaces

SHOREWOOD, Illinois – G-TRAK, creators of a breakthrough family of in-home sport screens and nets, proudly launches the G-TRAK Impact Screen, a retractable screen that brings affordability and accessibility to multi-use spaces like never before.

The practical, space-saving and storable design of the G-TRAK Retractable Impact Screen and the G-TRAK Retractable Net makes the dream of owning an in-home golf simulator, multi-sport training screen, or even a home theatre screen within reach of many more consumers. Traditional issues like lack of space or the cost of high-end simulator builds are solved with G-TRAK’s new products and were created by a very common need that G-TRAK Founder and Inventor Aaron Holden found a way to solve and, eventually, bring to market.

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Watch this promotional video to see how easy and practical it is to own and use G-Trak.

THE BACK STORY

Holden had a new set of golf clubs in his hands, but he couldn’t do anything with them. It was Christmas 2018, and the Illinois native was frustrated that he didn’t have a place to put his new gifts to good use. It was simply too cold outside.

He took a couple practice swings in his living room with a 6-iron, but wife Hillary wasn’t too pleased, telling him to head to the garage, where he could do all the damage he wished. Four months later, the first version of G-TRAK was created, which now, is available for purchase on the consumer market.

“I was in there swinging toward the garage door and I scuffed my clubs on the concrete,” Holden said. “That just wasn’t going to work. I went online and couldn’t find anything that I was looking for. I figured out that I could hang up a net and buy a turf golf mat. I already had a bucket of balls. It was great, but I had to get up on my ladder and hook it up every time I wanted to use it.”

A few months later, in April 2019, Holden and his wife were on their back porch having morning coffee when Holden noticed that a neighbor was washing his awning so that he could use it for the summer. The neighbor used a remote control to put the awning up and down. Holden knew that creating something similar was the missing piece to his new invention.

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The final product is lightweight and engineered with industrial strength, commercial grade steel and aluminum that is easy to assemble and can be used for multiple sports. G-TRAK’s patented brackets mount into place around garage door tracks without impeding the door’s functionality. Then by the simple push of a remote control the G-TRAK screen extends to the ground for immediate use. When done, push the button again and the screen retracts out of the way. The whole process takes only a few minutes.


G-TRAK SPECS AND BENEFITS

The G-TRAK is designed for single and double car garages from 8 to 18-feet wide, but can also be mounted on a wall for use in a home, office or business. While it was originally designed to solve Holden’s golf addiction, the screen can also be used for other sports including baseball, softball, soccer and hockey. It is compatible with all accompanying launch monitors, simulators, and projectors.

G-TRAK is available as a retractable screen in multiple sizes from 8’ x 7’ and up to 16’ x 14’. Pricing ranges from $1,999.99 to $2,999.99 depending on the size. The G-TRAK retractable net can be purchased for $1,849.99 and is currently available in one size at 16’ x 10’. Accessories like sport-specific targets can be easily added to the screen and net and a wall mount kit is also available for purchase.  

“I started to hit golf balls into it in the winter, but it quickly turned into something that everyone in the neighborhood wanted to use,” Holden said. “I never thought of it that way. Kids were wanting to hit shots into it for hockey and others were kicking soccer balls. All the coaches and dads wanted it for their various sports so their kids could continue to practice when it’s cold outside. It’s been great.

“We have something that’s for everybody and it’s affordable. We’re excited to get it into people’s hands.”

For more information visit G-TRAK.

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