Golf Simulator Reviews

Launch Monitor Reviews: Trackman 4

Posted by bret richards on August 13, 2016 0 Comments

Let’s begin by addressing the obvious first question. What is a launch monitor? A launch monitor is a piece of equipment that provides precise analytics on what happens to a golf ball when it’s struck by a club. More expensive launch monitors tend to provide more in-depth,...


The Importance of Impact Screens

Posted by bret richards on June 01, 2016 0 Comments

If you are considering a golf simulator for your home, you have a lot of options. And some important decision to make. Thankfully, the Golf Simulator Guys are here to help.
Are you interested in a launch monitor, or would a full golf simulator be a better choice for improving...


Golf Simulator Software Review: The Golf Club, TruGolf's E6 and Jack Nicklaus Perfect Golf

Posted by bret richards on May 10, 2016 0 Comments

There have been some epic, and intense, three-way rivalries throughout sport, entertainment and business. In basketball, we had Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and a young Micheal Jordan just beginning to exert his dominance on the hardcourt. In the world of entertainment, three great monster franchises battled it out for supremacy...


Home Golf Simulator Reviews: ProTee

Posted by bret richards on April 19, 2016 0 Comments

Considered by many to be the industry’s benchmark in terms of overall performance – the ProTee golf simulator offers an exceptional combination of accuracy and impressive software graphics at an initial price point of around $5,000. Founded in 2001, ProTee United specializes in developing, manufacturing and distributing indoor golf simulators...


Home Golf Simulator Reviews: TruGolf

Posted by bret richards on April 06, 2016 0 Comments

If you’re in the market for a golf simulator and have a budget of $16,000 or more to spend, then you absolutely must consider a TruGolf golf simulator - long considered one of the leaders in indoor golf simulator technology.

The TruGolf golf...


Home Golf Simulator Reviews: SkyTrak

Posted by bret richards on April 01, 2016 0 Comments

When it was launched near the end of 2014, SkyTrak was heralded as a “complete practice, play and entertainment system.” Weighing less than 2 pounds and under 7 inches tall, SkyTrak promised to deliver “commercial quality ball flight simulations that reflect a golfer’s actual performance for...


Indoor Golf Simulator Reviews: Optishot2

Posted by bret richards on March 11, 2016 0 Comments

Released in 2015, OptiShot2 is a significant upgrade to the original Optishot indoor  and home golf simulator. Featuring enhanced software, Optishot2 is aiming to be a budget-friendly alternative to the more expensive golf simulators on the market. With the original model released more than five...


© 2024 to Golf Simulator Guys Inc. All Rights Reserved.