Want a TrackMan simulator for your teaching bay, your private dwelling or another kind of personal project? No problem. Whether you’re starting from scratch or already have a hitting bay, you can get a customized TrackMan Golf Simulator solution to fit into almost any location. Our design team will ensure that all your requirements will be met and every detail will be covered.


Our Flex Space golf simulator package does just this. Featuring a retractable golf simulator screen, and a golf mat that can be rolled up like a rug and put away, this package allows you to convert any room in your home into your own personal golf sanctuary. The best part is once your done, simply retract the screen and store your golf mat, and your space returns back into its original form.
Not only can you record your swings, but you can actually replay them in a 360-degree view. This basically means that you do not just view your swing as if a camera recorded it, but instead, you get to see it from any angle you like, giving you an intimate understanding of how you perform. On top of all that, the fact that it offers 8 hours of battery time against only 1.5 hours of charging makes it very convenient to own.
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.
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.
Our Flex Space golf simulator package does just this. Featuring a retractable golf simulator screen, and a golf mat that can be rolled up like a rug and put away, this package allows you to convert any room in your home into your own personal golf sanctuary. The best part is once your done, simply retract the screen and store your golf mat, and your space returns back into its original form.

Some systems could cost you as much as $50,000 – $70,000. High-end home golf simulators can be outfitted in nice enclosures, and have the best of everything. If your budget fits into this premium category, it’s best to work with a home golf simulator company directly. It’s a significant investment, and you want to make sure you are going to be satisfied with your money.

Price– This is actually one of the key factors that needs to be brought into consideration when you look at golfing simulators. This equipment can become very expensive very fast, and you need to set realistic expectations for what you can spend. Set a budget when you go shopping for a simulator and consider if it is cost effective to get one of these. Golfoid.com suggests you compare the cost of buying simulator to spending money actually going to the course. In some instances, it is cheaper to just use the golf courses near you to train rather than to buy an expensive golf simulator.


Want a TrackMan simulator for your teaching bay, your private dwelling or another kind of personal project? No problem. Whether you’re starting from scratch or already have a hitting bay, you can get a customized TrackMan Golf Simulator solution to fit into almost any location. Our design team will ensure that all your requirements will be met and every detail will be covered.
I couldn’t possibly give you a straight answer which system is right for you, which is why working with a company who knows what they are doing can be of great benefit. A lot of golfers will purchase home golf simulators without really understanding how they will perform, and find themselves disappointed after spending several thousand dollars when they were hoping for something more.
Sophisticated golf simulator systems such as those found in most modern commercial simulators can cost upwards of $50k.  While these systems perform amazingly they’re well over our home build budget.  Here we’re recommending using the OptiShot as the “brains” of your home golf simulator because its performance is unrivaled in the $500 and under price range.  The “brains” of your system is where you’ll want to spend the majority of your budget because if the simulator itself is not functioning correctly you’re left with nothing more than some balls and a net.
This is probably the cheapest way to set up a golf simulator in your home. However, this version of OptiShot is not a launch monitor, and therefore it will not track the ball. The infrared sensors in the OptiShot are there to track your swing before you hit the ball and after you hit the ball. So, if you are looking for a professional and sophisticated golf simulator analysis like you get with the FlighScope or TrackMan, you should look for something else.
Something to note about Skytrak is that currently it only gives ball data (spin, distance etc). It will not provide measurements on your actual swing. The unit itself must be next to the golf ball, and some people have had issues with damage from errant swings. However, Cory believes Skytrak is going to fit the needs of most golfers at this price level. SkyTrak has several software integrations that will allow you to play golf courses and has a tremendous native software package for practice.
We invented revolutionary image processing software to combine high-resolution digital-images, satellite data and geophysical data into 3D models. We are the only manufacturer to use this method and real course data.  HD Golf™ transports you to the world’s most exceptional golf courses – it’s like being there. All other simulator manufacturers use conventional 3D graphics and artist renderings, which look like a video game, not the actual course.

Although the infrared sensors are the Optishot’s main features, it might not be enough for the experienced golfer. The reason is that this device will not measure the golf ball like many other systems out there. You’ll likely make a great shot every single time you hit the ball because OptiShot does not take into account gear effect and therefore doesn’t track the ball.

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