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Aside from the from the fact that we built the booth to feel and look like a high-end home complete with a seating area, a bar, a bookcase, can lighting and decorative ceiling, the space needed to be capable of being reconstructed in only two days time.
Last week I discussed a home installation that brought new opportunities to think outside the box, and now I will share a commercial installation that was equally challenging.
The clip you’re about to see is a demonstration of distance control using aboutGolf’s PGA TOUR Simulator.
The aboutGolf PGA TOUR Simulator is truly amazing. But, don’t take my word for it, watch the clip and see it for yourself.
As aboutGolf prepares for the 2011 CEDIA show, we are rolling out our new R2 Referral Program. We continue to seek opportunities to grow our brand and the reach of our world-class products in the golf industry and beyond.
We all know the phrase, “practice makes perfect.” In golf, it’s more like “practice makes better,” because perfection is pretty much out of the question. For the professional golfer, living, breathing and practicing golf 12-14 hours a day is not uncommon, and when combined with some natural talent, it’s no surprise that they are so [...]
Is your golf course looking for ways to increase indoor golf business year round? Here are six proven ways to increase your bottom line and participation on your golf simulator:
1. Take advantage of golfers who are milling around prior to the start of an outing by offering indoor closest-to-the-pin and/or long-drive contests. Give all participants a coupon for a free half-hour to use at a later date. Additionally, consider offering the simulator for an outing, to raise funds through a nominal entry fee and additional sponsorship opportunities.
2. In conjunction with PGA TOUR events, create tournaments to be played on your simulator’s golf courses. Consider formats such as two- or four-person scrambles using professional’s cards to tally final scores. Additionally, you could host a draw party the night before the final round to pick professionals to “play with” on the final day of the tournament.
3. Sell the naming rights to your simulator to a local business and redo the awning with that company logo.
Since 2002, when I founded aboutGolf, I've frequently been asked how we came to start an indoor golf simulator business.
The question is innocent enough and perhaps, intuitively, the first one to ask. But I used to struggle with it. Perhaps it's my tendency to over-think matters. Or maybe it's because nothing is ever as simple as it seems.
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