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Golf Swing Simulators


Are you looking for a way to play golf during the sweltering days of some or the extreme cold days of winter? Try out one of the golf swing simulators that are on the marker nowadays. These simulators give a player a realistic and accurate simulation of a golf game or a driving range trip. The full swing golf simulator can help with golf instruction, club fitting, and can be an entertainment source. The simulator can measure the horizontal and vertical launch angles, speed, spin, and total distance that the ball traveled.

The photo realistic Championship golf courses give you the feel of being there, as well as being able to "play" courses that you may never play in real life. The contest modes can challenge you with different levels of play and difficulty, for that competitive edge. The simulator is almost like being there without having to deal with the weather and wind changes and people trying to play through.

Into the screen putting can assist you with learning better putting skills and the club and ball sensors can show you what you can do to change or improve your game. The wonderful thing about a full swing indoor simulator is that it is not weather dependent and you can play year-round and any time of the day or night. This is great for those players that do not seem to make it to the golf course frequently, but would like to play more, as they will be able to play at night after work.

Glenn Boulton is webmaster and publisher of Golf-Swing.Sportz-Online.Com He presents reviews, information, and tips for improving your game on his website.


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