As the official license simulator partnership with both the Golf Channel and PGA Tour, Full Swing offers two primary classes of simulators – the Sport Series and Pro Series.
As the official license simulator partnership with both the Golf Channel and PGA Tour, Full Swing offers two primary classes of simulators – the Sport Series and Pro Series. Both feature a full wooden enclosure to ensure the most stable and durable setting for golfers to play on up to 84 championship courses or 13 other sports, as well as the company’s patented dual-tracking technology.
Both models also feature the ION3 Overhead Camera, which measures club data while recording video of the clubhead at impact for users to review alongside all of the club and ball data after each swing.
“The main difference between the two is in which ball tracking technology is used,” Creative Director Ryan O’Keefe said. “The SPORT Series uses four high-speed linescan cameras, whereas the PRO Series uses two 360-degree infrared tracks to measure the ball mid-flight.”
The SPORT Series has become more and more visible now that it is the exclusive on-air simulator featured on The Golf Channel, whether it is when Martin Hall is working with Blair O’Neal on School of Golf or when Morning Drive has their latest guests showing off their talent for viewers around the globe.
“The SPORT series is what would be considered best-in-class of the camera-based simulators on the market, while our PRO series is in a class of its own,” O’Keefe said.
The PRO Series is Full Swing’s flagship product that is trusted by players like Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose and many more who have installed it in their home. This is the only simulator on the market to combine high-speed overhead camera technology to measure and record the club data then mid-flight measurement of the ball with two 360-degree infrared tracks that provide the most accurate reading on the market with no delay in transition.
“Both products have time and time again been praised by customers for their real ball flight, that shows ball path just like if you were outside on-course, with no delay that gives you the most complete simulator experience,” O’Keefe said. “No matter which of our simulators you choose, you know that you are getting a full wooden enclosure, dual-tracking technology, up to 84 championship courses, 13 sports and the best place to watch your favorite team or movie, all in one place.”
Timeline for ordering
O’Keefe said Full Swing works with potential customers every day whose timeframes span from wanting to put in a simulator as soon as possible, all the way to looking at one for a new home or commercial space that may be two or three years away.
“Our process begins with a phone call to our sales team and being assigned a dedicated project management team that will work with you [and your contractor in some cases when building a new space or doing a larger renovation] to make this as turnkey a process as possible where you send us some images and measurements of your space, we’ll provide CAD drawings and our team will handle all shipment of materials, as well as the installation of the simulator start to finish to make sure that you do not have to lift a finger,” O’Keefe said. “We always like to recommend before you start modifying your space for your potential simulator, to give us a call so that we can help with our knowledge from over 30 years of experience installing simulators all over the globe.”
With more than 7,000 simulators installed around the world, Full Swing is a global brand that has been featured both residentially, commercially and at some of the world’s most premiere courses and resorts. Courses like Winged Foot, The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe and numerous ClubCorp locations and every Topgolf SwingSuite around the world have installed Full Swing technology.
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