While it’s often said ‘one plays golf against him or herself’, the nature of competition and gamification has permeated the ranks of golfers worldwide. This ‘skin carried over’ to HD Golf™ and our integration of golfer competition. Our simulators are setup for incredible, interactive gaming. Long Drive or Closest-to-the-Pin competitions create fast-paced, exciting events with friends, colleagues, members and guests. Golfers love the collection of competitions like Break-the-Glass, Golf Poker, Field-Goal Challenge, Tic-Tac-Toe, Darts, Target Golf and Skills Competitions. There’s even mini-golf for the kids.

The OptiShot comes with a one inch high by approximately one foot long hitting surface where the actual ball striking occurs but it doesn’t give a realistic golf feel swinging up on a ball.  For this reason, most opt purchase a golf mat to inlay the OptiShot striking surface and bring their body up to the same level as the hitting green.  A quality 3 ft x 5 ft golf mat will set you back around $70.  You can either cut out a spot on the mat where your OptiShot will go or you can set the OptiShot alongside the mat if you don’t want to do any alterations.
The competitive golfer requires accurate, comprehensive measurement to fade & shape their shots on-command. HD Golf™ pioneered Computer Vision Technology in the golf industry, and is the only to use high speed, programmable smart cameras to achieve this level of accuracy. Collectively, our CVT technology & smart cameras deliver pinpoint accuracy & exceptional shot analysis for every shot.
The competitive golfer requires accurate, comprehensive measurement to fade & shape their shots on-command. HD Golf™ pioneered Computer Vision Technology in the golf industry, and is the only to use high speed, programmable smart cameras to achieve this level of accuracy. Collectively, our CVT technology & smart cameras deliver pinpoint accuracy & exceptional shot analysis for every shot.
My 9 year old daughter has been playing Golf since she was 3 years old and spends most of her time in the Golf course or the range. Last year I splurged and had a Putting, chipping green and also a Bunker installed in our back yard. That allowed us to spend more time at home and also decreased our practice time in half. I said to her the only thing missing is a Virtual Golf course.
1) You should choose the SkyTrak SwingBay Golf Simulator if you are a mid handicapper looking to improve your game. While you won't get club head tracking with the SkyTrak, you will get a wide range of game improvement gameplay features such as bag mapping, practice randomizer, and more to help you dial in your distances. The accuracy of the SkyTrak combined with these game improvement features, makes the SkyTrak SwingBay an excellent value game improvement package.
This is hands down the best golf simulator you can get for sheer value and features. There are a few others that offer a bit more, but not by much. This one is pricey, but it is well worth the investment, thanks to the included screen, the high quality equipment and the accurate readouts that help you improve your game and make you feel like you are really playing on a course.
The OptiShot comes with a one inch high by approximately one foot long hitting surface where the actual ball striking occurs but it doesn’t give a realistic golf feel swinging up on a ball.  For this reason, most opt purchase a golf mat to inlay the OptiShot striking surface and bring their body up to the same level as the hitting green.  A quality 3 ft x 5 ft golf mat will set you back around $70.  You can either cut out a spot on the mat where your OptiShot will go or you can set the OptiShot alongside the mat if you don’t want to do any alterations.
I have the trainer for about 2 weeks now. I have been using it in my backyard a couple times a day. I am 60 years old in great shape but I've lost a lot of flexabilty; the Gold Flex really helps with this and has increased my range of motion on the back swing. I also live near a driving range and go there about 3 times a week. The first few times I went there after using Gold Flex I was a bit frustrated; I had some improvement, a little more distance and better follow through, but nothing major. Then yesterday at the range I took my driver, setup, relaxed and specifically tried to emulate that backswing I used with the Gold Flex. I connected, and holy smokes, the ball went sailing about 270 yards, and I was only hitting 230 yards when I conneced before. I teed ... full review
2) Choose the GolfZon Vision Standard for the most realistic and entertaining golf simulation experience in the world. Voted "Best Luxury Golf Simulator of 2019" by Golf Digest, GolfZon is truly in a league of their own if you have an unlimited budget. Beyond their high-precision club and ball sensing technology, their Vision Standard model features an impressive auto tee up system, realistic 3D graphics on over 190 world class golf courses, online events, multi-player functionality for up to 6 golfers, and a variety of arcade golf games that are a blast for the whole family.
The benefit of using a system like OptiShot is that you don’t need to use an actual golf ball. You can use a foam ball or a plastic one. This will allow you to save a ton of money because you don’t need to use a high impact projector screen or net. Cory has seen some people use painter’s tarp or a bed sheet, which will save you several hundred dollars.
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