7 Mistakes People Make When Designing a Home Golf Simulator Room

Learn what makes a simulator fun, how to avoid buying the wrong technology, and how to build a room that will make all your golfing friends jealous and how to make sure you or your contractor build it right.


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What You'll Learn

Serious golfers love to play golf. Some think, "even bad golf is better than no golf." So these golfers end up playing alone in their homes on bad simulators.

They play alone because none of their friends can stand their simulator -- they get bored. Even golf lovers get bored with most simulators.


They get bored because most systems are too slow and clunky.

They just don't make indoor golf seem real, from tee to green and everywhere in between.


Learn why flat golf is boring


Learn why no short game or putting is more like just hitting a bucket of balls at the range.


Learn why "pretending" it's a sand shot removes the realism.


Stop wasting time waiting for the ball to respond on the screen.


Ollen Stephens, PGA Master Professional (Teaching & Coaching)

I have an indoor golf performance center in Northfield, a suburb of Chicago. We have 6 Golfzon simulators. Come in and see how they perform.

I know golf and I've assembled a team of contractors and technology people to help with any simulator setup.

Whether working with your General Contractor and Audio Visual Team or doing it all for you, we can create a simulator system that will make your golf room the most popular and help you play your best golf.

What People Are Saying

Kent Knebelkamp

General Contractor, Chicago, IL

"Originally I had a Flightscope and a Foresight GC2 at my place. Once I saw how much better the Golfzon Vision system performed, I redid my place. The response has been amazing. Everyone that plays Golfzon loves them.”


General Contractor, Chicago, IL

“The Golfzon Vision Moveable Plate is a game changer. To see how good it looks with the fairway, rough and sand hitting areas makes golf real. What really wows em though is when the plate moves to reflect the lie on the course. Playing a hilly course inside you get as real as possible in the house.”

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