Tuesday, July 10, 2012
aboutGolf Simulators Offer Accommodating World Class Technology
The company's compact simulators allow homeowners with space limitations, as well as commercial facilities wishing to optimize floor space, the ability to own a first-rate simulator without making sacrifices in impact and playability.
Whether for golf training or entertainment, aboutGolf full-size and compact simulators are the only ones on the market to combine proprietary 3Trak ball tracking technology with meticulously rendered, world-renowned 3D courses, such as Pebble Beach and St. Andrews.
Regardless of model or size, "aboutGolf" has become synonymous with "world-class," as attested to by Luke Donald, 2011 PGA TOUR Player of the Year, PGA Player of the Year, European Tour Player of the Year, Vardon Trophy recipient, money title winner for both PGA TOUR and European Tour, and consistent holder of the World No. 1title.
"aboutGolf's Simulator is the only one that accurately replicates my outdoor game, and now I can play courses from around the world with my closest friends and family," says Donald. "With impressive technology and breathtaking courses, I had to have one."
In addition to earning the approval of Donald, aboutGolf's technology has made its mark as the exclusive on-air simulator provider for The Golf Channel and partner of European Tour Performance Institute.
Simulator shoppers needing to accommodate space or pricing restrictions, yet seeking the best technology on the market, should consider the compact options available in the following models:
* The PGA TOUR Compact Classic - measuring 12' wide x 16' long x 10' 6" high -features a full single-screen system designed for durability and image quality.
* The PGA TOUR Compact SimSurround - measuring 15' wide x 18' long x10' 6" high - offers a three-screen experience ideal when space is a premium, yet a fully-immersive experience is desired.
* aG one - a standard simulator measuring15' wide x 18' long x 10' high - offers predetermined courses, features a single-screen simulator and can be cost-effectively upgraded over time.
For more information, visit www.aboutgolf.com.