Where you shop can have as big of an impact on your purchase as what you shop for. In order to get a golf simulator, you will want to search online. While in-person demos are nice, it is often through the internet that you will find the best deals.
In this article, we break down the golf simulators into price-point groups and explain the best place to go to get the best deals for that price range.
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Where to Buy Budget Golf Simulators
If you are looking to entertain, or just stay up on your game when you can’t make it out to the course, you don’t need to spend a lot of money. A golf simulator that tracks your swing and ball trajectory will go a long way to keep you in tip-top shape.
For these types of simulators, the best place to buy is through Amazon. Here you will find game style simulators and trackers like the PhiGolf Mobile and the FlightScope Mevo. Both models will help you with your swing and drop points off the scorecard.
For more serious training or improvement, you can look to the OptiShot 2 Golf-in-a-box base model. Between the OptiShot 2 and the Rapsodo R-Motion, you will get the feedback and training you need to seriously improve your game from anywhere.
Where to Buy Skill Improvement Golf Simulators
For the serious golfer looking to not only shave their score but to improve their overall game, then you will want to invest in a golf simulator studio. The two at the top of the list are the SkyTrak studio and the OptiShot 2 Pro series. Both models can be found on Amazon.
If you want even more configurations for the SkyTrak Studio, you will need to head to SkyTrak Golf’s website to see what they offer. Prices will vary based on your needs and features.
Where to Buy Professional Grade Golf Simulators
If you are turning pro or are already on the PGA tour, then you will want the best of the best. A studio built into your home with every monitor and technological feature available. For these, there are only two options.
The High Definition Golf studio will start at a base price of around $22,000 and go up from there. With expert installation and professional-grade technology, the HD Golf studio will improve every aspect of your game.
Finally, for the most serious of all golfers, and those looking to emulate Tiger Woods, the choice is Full Swing Golf. The base packages start at a reported $30,000 with no known upper limit because of the near limitless add-ons you can choose.
Where do you fall? Which golf simulator are you looking to purchase (or have already purchased)? Let us know using the comment section below.