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Sports Coach Systems new simulator beats the weather

7.37am 11th September 2008 - Corporate

Sports Coach Systems new indoor golf simulator takes global warming out of the equation and enables you to play golf whatever the weather. Designed for home use, Sports Coach Systems new indoor system is set up to play 80 golf courses using your own clubs and balls in the comfort of your own home

With prices starting from £12,500 (plus VAT) the system can be fitted in an area some 4.7m long by 3m wide and 2.3m high.

The indoor simulator comes with a Hi spec computer, 3500 lumens XGA projector, simulator and putting electronics for on screen putting and the famous GPS Course Software designed by Sports Coach Systems.

The course library – currently 80 courses – features such venues as The Belfry (Brabazon) Carnoustie, Celtic Manor 2010 (Ryder Cup venue), Turnberry, Kingsbarns, The Old Head Links, Pebble Beach Links, Pebble Beach Spyglass Hill, Doral Great White, Innisbrook Copperhead, Doral Blue Monster, Emirates, Coghill, Abu Dhabi and many more. Another 41 courses are currently under construction.

The GPS software provides many play options from stroke to match play, while practice is available on four virtual practice ranges. Virtual putting, chipping, closest the pin and long driving events are other options for game improvement. The system can be set up so that films and football can be watched on a three metre screen.

The system is easy to put together. Alternatively a quote to install and set the system up is available on request.

For further information on the very latest Indoor Golf Simulator visit the web site on www.sports-coach.com or give Graham a ring on 01306 741888.

       

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