Full Swing Golf Simulator


Full Swing Golf has been in business for almost 30 years now and is the undisputed leader in golf simulation technology. This is confirmed by the number of PGA pros who choose to use Full Swing Golf simulators to help with their games.

We at GolfHub has played Full Swing Simulators since 2005 and there is still nothing on the market that compares to it.

The most impressive part for me personally is how you can hit a wedge, call your number and see the ball drop in that distance range time and time again. You just know from how you hit it, where it should go and seeing it on the screen creates the trust in the system which no other system provides so accurately.

Another factor that contributes to this trust is the seamless transfer of the ball from the real world into the virtual world.  There is absolutely no delay as the ball passes into the projected image on the screen. This gives the feeling of realism as it looks to the golfing eye exactly like it would out on the golf course.  Other systems has a notable delay in the way the ball image passes onto the screen which takes away from the realistic experience for me.

Then there is the putting. Although tough to master at first, once you get the hang of it, the putting is so true that I sometimes wish I could putt on a simulator rather than on public greens. The simulator teaches you to visualize the putt in order to get  feel for the distance. This is a valuable attribute to have on the course as many articles have been written on learning to visualize the shot.

 The last point I want to touch on is the robustness of the system. All the sensors are tucked away far from any hitting zones, which means they can't be damaged. This is one system you can just switch on and play with no calibration or alignment needed. Just hit the ball and it goes there.

Check out the video in the link below showing Jordan Spieth talking about preparing for the US Open on his Full Swing Golf simulator.



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