I am doing a DYI system and would like to have a left and right handed tee position. I only have 12 feet between my walls. The system I have allows to move the hitting position off center by 2 feet. When I set that up, it doesn’t seem like there is enough space between the two hitting areas to stand. What is the preferred spacing and what position do you recommend?
I've had this for a couple weeks now and have played a few rounds on TGC. Pretty fun. As others have noted, this won't register fat and thin swings. My distances also seemed off (short 15 to 20). Adjustments to the club's loft and shaft length (from head to bottom of sensor) helped dial my real distances I guess by changing club speed. It seems like path and club angle at impact are accurate. Can't really tell on side spin and have toed some swings that register as straight shots.
I built my home simulator late last summer. I went with the SkyTrak w/Game Improvement Pkg for $1750 on sale, Rukket Haack Golf Net for $129, a used commercial grade 5×5 hitting mat (Grade A) for $200 off eBay. I used my old laptop and used it for displaying the shot data. I set mine up in my garage. I leave the net up full-time and move the mat in/out of position, if needed. This is a very workable and relatively affordable solution for $2079 in total.

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The elaborateness of your simulator setup will vary based how much room is available and how often you’ll be using the golf simulator.  If you have space set aside in a garage you can actually build a 10ft x 15ft x 10ft wood frame and cover it with mesh netting.  In that amount of space you can then set a computer table to the side, construct a rack for clubs, and cover the floor with a turf mat for a realistic garage 18.  Framing your simulator out in this manner may push your budget over $2000 but if you’re handy with a screw gun you can probably knock the job out yourself in an afternoon.

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The thing is, golf simulators are genuinely worth the money. They’re excellent for recreational use, training golf swings, and keeping your swing in shape without having to go to the golf course. A number of the pricier designs are even capable of helping you to fit your golf clubs, and the sensors will provide you data about errors that you are making in your swing.
This is the most crucial piece of the puzzle for your home golf simulator. The actual sensor system you choose will have an enormous impact on your experience. After speaking with Cory, I came to understand that there are endless variables. It all depends on the kind of golfer you are, your budget, the size of your room, how important accuracy is to you, and a host of other factors.

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