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10 Expensive Golf Simulators

With springtime comes a healthy dose of rainfall, which means getting out to the course to get your swings in may not be as easy until the summer. Thankfully, you can get your golf routine in from the privacy of your own home, assuming you’ve got the coin to spend.

Golf simulators are the latest and greatest technological craze in the game. While nothing will beat going to the golf course, you no longer have to thanks to these luxurious modern marvels. From tracking ball flight to playing the world’s finest courses from the comfort of your own home, here are 10 of the most expensive golf simulator brands on the market today.

Please note: Most information is sourced from The Best Golf Simulators. Pricing ranges are dependent upon the amount of customization that is done during the installation.

Full Swing Golf

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Average price range: $19,900 – $100,000

We get this luxury golf simulator list started with one of the most popular brands out there. Full Swing golf is known to make some of the finest products around, so much so it is even endorsed by Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods.

The setup features state of the art ball tracking, realistic 3D renderings of 93 (and counting) of the top courses around the world, meticulous data feedback, all in a fluid, real-time environment. How is it so accurate? Two 360-degree curtains of infrared beams provide exact and immediate ball-flight statistics so you can be sure you are receiving the most precise readings possible.  Check it out.

High Definition Golf

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Average price range: $35,000 – $70,000

High Definition Golf is credited as being one of the first simulator companies to utilize Computer Vision Technology (CVT), which provides realistic photo capabilities t0 capture the essence of some of the most renowned golf courses in the world. By combining their high-resolution imagery and satellite data, it has been said that you will actually feel like you’re standing on the course. Combine that with some of the most advanced tracking technology and you’ll never have to leave home again. Check it out.

Visual Sports

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Average price range: $35,000 – $100,000

Visual Sports not only makes an awesome golf simulator, but the product also provides allows you to play up to 13 other sports as well! Once you are done working on your swing, pitch to major league batters or try to score on penalty shots against the world’s best goalies. When you’re totally exhausted, just kick back and watch a game or a movie. This thing does it all! Check it out.

Trackman Simulator

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Average price range: $49,995 – $100,000

By now you’ve probably heard of Trackman, you know that golf ball tracker device that the world’s best players use to get dialed in (see Dustin Johnson’s wedge game.) Well, now’s your chance to use that technology from the comfort of your own home. Check it out.

AboutGolf

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Average price range: $42,000 – $92,000

AboutGolf has been a staple in the simulation business for the past 25 years. Using their unparalleled experience and the latest cutting-edge technology, they have developed some of the best simulators in the game. They are fully-integrated and measure ball flight as well as club data. Plus, 4K resolution provides a crystal-clear experience every time. Check it out.

XGolf

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Average price range: $40,000 – $70,000

Founded in 2005, XGolf has been providing its consumers with some of the best simulation experiences in golf. They were the first to introduce variable lie stance platform as well as the indoor automatic ball teeing system. These distinguishing features, as well as others, have made XGolf a go-to for golf enthusiasts everywhere. Check it out.

GOLFZON

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Average price range: $40,000 – $70,000

GOLFZON is an Asian-based company that prides itself on being one of the most popular brands in the simulation space. What sets it apart is the ability to precisely capture the ball’s trajectory, direction, and spin, which allows the user to play a variety of shots, such as draws and fades, as it provides feedback as accurately as possible. Check it out

ProTee United

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Average price range: $5,200-$26,200

The ProTee United Golf Simulator offers a bit more of an affordable option compared to some of the others on this list. The main features are high-speed optical sensors as well as a sensor mat which provides instant realistic feedback. Plus you can design your own golf courses! Check it out.

TruGolf

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Average price range: $30,000 – $70,000

TruGolf is the developer of E6Golf software that powers most high-end golf simulators. Along with some of the most superior tracking technology out there, it features 85 world-renowned courses and 36 modes of play. Bottom line, you’ll never get bored. Check it out

P3ProSwing

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Average price range: $8,400-$18,400

Another one on the lower end of the price spectrum, P3ProSwing’s patented technology utilizes 65 infrared optics embedded in a durable grass-topped mat to read every swing with every club as accurately as possible. No matter what your skill level, your game will benefit from this simulator. Check it out.

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