Indoor Simulator Suggestions

 jamesmc ·  
jamesmcjamesmc Members  1WRX Points: 40Posts: 1 Starters
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Hello, I would like some advice on setting up an indoor bay. I have an Es14 launch monitor, plan on getting somthing better soon. Any suggestions in regard to nets, Matt's, projectors, and software needed to simulate ball flight? I would like a large Matt that will hold a wooden tee. Any advice woukd be appreciated. Thanks

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  • Want2GetGoodWant2GetGood Members  59WRX Points: 19Posts: 59 Bunkers
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    Everyone says Skytrak is cheapest, semi serious setup and you can play lots of golf courses on it.
    After that you're looking at something like GC2 but that's 3-4 times more money.

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  • sdrthedjsdrthedj Members  325WRX Points: 39Handicap: 8Posts: 325 Greens
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    GC2, decent gaming computer and JNPG with OGT tour.
    You will find wooden tees flying around the room aren’t much fun and may opt for a different teeing system. Lots of mat choices and each had a it’s pros and cons. Try and go with biggest screen you can. Pay attention to aspect ratio. I like 16:10 over 4:3. I think it’s a more immersive experience

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