3) You should choose the GCQuad SwingBay Golf Simulator for the highest performance indoor launch monitor in the game, recommended for and used by professionals. Some will argue for Trackman, but GCQuad by Foresight Sports has proven to match or beat Trackman Golf Simulators as an indoor golf simulator. When you pair the FSX Software, ClubHead Analysis, and Putting Analysis to your GCQuad with the Rain or Shine Golf SwingBay and a 1080p HD Projector, you will be running at well under $30,000 leaving enough room for custom wall paneling, an HDTV, etc. to round out your dream golf simulator room.
TrackMan simulator golf solutions also come with advanced facility management functions that help your business reap the most benefits from your investment. As well as giving you invaluable insights into how – and when – your simulator golf is being used, TrackMan facility management also makes it easy to plan and structure activities like tournaments and tables.
On the subject of utilizing your simulator, you’ve got the choice to take advantage of real golf balls, practice balls, or no ball whatsoever to make your swing. Be certain to have a quality golf net or perhaps a projector screen to capture your golf balls if you are using real ones. If you don’t, you might have to open your wallet to pay for some damages.
This simulator does not come with as many accessories as some of the previous entries. However, what it may lose in versatility, it gains in technical prowess. The 3D Swing Analyzer is essentially a sensor that you wear on your hand that can connect to any device via Bluetooth. It analyzes the quality of the swing by measuring parameters such as club speed, club plane, backswing length, tempo, etc. But the real magic begins once your swing has been recorded. The Zepp Golf 2 has instant feedback capabilities, providing you with instant swing analysis as soon as your swing is complete. This prompt feedback allows you to improve your technique with each swing, making your practice session much more fruitful than it would have been otherwise.
Jon Sherman is the owner of Practical Golf, a website dedicated to being an honest resource for the everyday golfer who is looking to enjoy the game more, as well as improve. He is the author of the bestselling book 101 Mistakes All Golfers Make (and how to fix them). You can find him on Twitter here - @practicalgolf, where he is happy to chat about golf with anyone.
There are a few things you need to keep in mind if you are seriously thinking about investing in a golf simulator. First off, if you want to maximize your user experience, you need to get the simulator working properly. For that, you’ll need a good computer and a decent graphics card to get the best visual image possible or a dedicated high end golf simulator.