Temperatures are dropping and leaves are falling, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to put away your golf clubs. In fact, experts say the off-season is the best time to train indoors and work on straightening out that slice, tightening your short game and lowering your handicap. High Definition Golf™ virtual golf simulators can help keep your game up to par for next season.
“If you take time off over the winter months, you’re more likely to revert to old habits and lose that fine-tuned swing you spent months perfecting,” says Jim McLean, renowned Golf Instructor and owner of the Jim McLean Golf Schools. “This is why winter training is key to not only maintaining your game, but also trying to iron out some kinks, and HD Golf™ is a great tool to do just that.”
HD Golf™sets the highest standard in accuracy and realism for indoor golf, allowing golfers to take their game to the next level.
Unlike other golf simulators which use conventional computer graphics, HD Golf™ is the only company that builds 3D models of the course, combining high resolution digital imagery, satellite data and geophysical data, to bring you championship courses that look and play like the real thing.
HD Golf™ also utilizes advanced computer vision technology to provide the most comprehensive and precise measurements. Combined with the integrated professional training aids which include shot analysis, video swing analysis, swing dynamics, weight transfer/balance, club fitting and equipment comparison, HD Golf™ provides the most accurate data to analyze, and ultimately improve, your game.
“Whether you want to work on your game, play a round at top courses from around the world, or even use the system as an HD home theatre, High Definition Golf™ simulators offer precision, realism and versatility like no other system on the market,” says Todd Richardson, President of Interactive Sports Technologies, the manufacturers of HD Golf™.
HD Golf™ simulators, found in training facilities, indoor golf centres, country clubs, rec centres and luxury homes around the world, can help golfers take advantage of this time of year to work on their game so they’re not starting from scratch next season.