How It Works



Playing golf

On our simulators is very much like playing outdoors.

First, you can use your own clubs and balls.

Most people do, although rental sets are available.

Then you can warm up or practice

Before you play on the simulator with our driving range feature. Hit some different irons, drives, and even practice approach and chip shots.

You should

Find that your distances on the simulator are very close to what you do outdoors. Some stronger hitters may find they get a little more distance.

Then you can pick a course to play

from a choice of up to 36 different world class sites. You can choose various playing conditions as listed below.

Your first view

On the large 10 ft by 12 ft screen, is a very clear, life like image of the real course you have chosen with the real topography.

On the tee

you will see the fairway ahead of you, as well as the rough and nearby trees and hazards, just as you would if you were playing outdoors. You may see the green in the distance on long holes, unless you are playing a dogleg. On par 3's, the green and flag will be in clear view, just like on a real course.

You can also get an aerial view of the hole

Before you start to get an appreciation of the layout, and also be able to get distances to trees and other hazards that could come into play.

Then it's up to you to decide where you want to aim, and then hit a great shot.

The realism of playing golf hits home with the verbal comments (congrats or occasional laughs) that follow from your playing partners.

You tee off as you normally would using a tee, then hit off different mats that simulate the fairway, rough and sand. When the ball is hit, sensors capture the speed, direction, trajectory and spin, and instantaneously project an image of the ball in flight on the screen. You will ultimately see it land and bounce following the actual topography of the course.

Once everyone has teed off, you will see a new view of the player farthest away, and play the hole out just like you would outdoors.

On the Green

Putting requires that you get a feel for the speed of the greens, adjust accordingly for uphill or downhill putts, and play any break (left or right) that you will be able to see on the green. It's just as challenging as outdoors. With some luck, you can sink a 60 footer for a birdie.

And just like outdoors, trees and hazards DO come into play, and elevation changes and slopes add another dimension of challenge on those uphill and downhill shots.

Last but not least, you can get a hole-in-one if you hit a great shot or get a lucky bounce!

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