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aboutGolf’s New Technology Series Showcased at PGA Merchandise Show

11.50pm 22nd January 2018 - New Products - This story was updated on Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

aboutGolf is showcasing an aG Curve, PGA TOUR Widescreen simulator with an upgraded Canon 4K projector, and aG’s new 1400 series technology in booth number 3442 at the PGA Merchandise Show this week in Orlando.

The aG Curve Simulator with 1400 series technology includes an immersive panoramic screen with fully integrated multimedia capabilities, over 70 golf courses and 20 driving range venues, software updates, games, technology and improved realism¬†¬† It’s the industry’s most accurate simulator on the market.

Other features of the 1400 series include a new practice range, new games; which requires skill with both driving and approach shots, a competition course which brings a new twist to the Classic Event closest to the pin and long drive contests, club fitting 2.0, improved visibility on curves, aG Flix, and enhanced club tracking with the 3Trak Enhancements.

“The 1400 series is our biggest update to date and now offers exclusive aboutGolf data with club fitting which lets you compare club performance, or your overall game from year to year,” said Randall Henry, CEO of aboutGolf.¬† “We are looking forward to introducing the best technology available in a golf simulator at the PGA Merchandise show.”



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