Ok. You’ve probably seen custom golf simulators from Full Swing Golf on TV shows, cruise ships, and in your local golf shop. But did you know that you can now use these simulators to compete in online tournaments? This new feature, which allows Full Swing simulator owners to setup and participate in online tournaments, is currently included as part of the package. This month the company hosted its first official International Closest to the Pin tournament during the 2008 PGA Orlando, and the winner earned a trip to San Diego to play Torrey Pines.
Full Swing Golf simulators come pre-loaded with 54 of the world’s best courses, including Pebble Beach, Cog Hill, and the Old Course at St. Andrews. The company’s brag sheet of celebrity installs features Donald Trump, Rich Gannon, Curt Schilling, Michael Jordan, and Tony Robbins.
To hook up a Full Swing Golf simulator in your pad you’ll need a room at least 13 feet wide, 20 feet long, and with ceilings 10.5 feet high. And it will run you about $55,000.
Available through: Full Swing Golf