If you’re lucky enough to live in an area where there is a local golf center with simulators and indoor driving ranges/domes consider yourself blessed. Today’s commercial golf simulators really are top of the line and the spacious room allowing you to use your full swing really is priceless. Unfortunately though these simulators can be both crowded and costly as they look to cater to all of the other anxious golfers who are not so patiently awaiting the arrival of spring.
If you are just looking to have fun and play some golf, just about any simulator will do the job. But if you want to improve your game and get good stats, feedback, and improve your game, then do your research and buy a simulator that fits your needs. If you are just starting out and trying to learn the fundamentals each “device” has its place and time in your journey through your golf game as it evolves also. So as with anything as Tom said earlier, you get what you pay for, and be realistic in your expectations for each device. The pros use simulators that cost over $100,000 to help their game, but they also use something as simple as towel under their arm during simple drills to help them with a swing thought. So throwing money at your swing won’t make you better, you have to practice and learn this game to get better. Once you understand your swing, grip and stance, then you can start on the other 1,000 tweaks to make your game better. So before you make a big investment in a simulator, make sure you are getting what you want: Recreation or Improvement.
“The High Definition Golf simulator is truly the most accurate technology for indoor golf I’ve come across. Not only do I love the simulator accuracy, the image quality is spectacular, beyond the great technology it’s a wonderful way to spend time improving your golf game or sharing time with friends and family. With the video swing analysis and the new shaft flex module, I believe indoor golf lessons with a golf professional and the HD Golf simulator to be unparalleled.”