When deciding on where to place the badminton net, first decide whether it's going to stay up all season or just be set up on occasion. If it's going to be up all summer, choose an area of the lawn that has tougher grass or that isn't as important because badminton players will trample the grass.
If the badminton set is up all summer, consider removing the turf in small circular areas around the stakes and poles. This eliminates the need to trim these areas, and makes for a nicer looking play area.
A badminton net is very easy to set up and is good for hours of family fun. Mark the guide wires with brightly colored tape for safety.
A badminton net can also be used to practice or play volleyball.
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