indoor golf simulation
Play famous courses such as Pebble Beach, Spyglass, Banff Springs. See list of courses below.
We can help you improve your game through private indoor golf lessons or using the instant feedback and detailed analysis system on the golf simulator after every swing – allowing players to quickly improve their shots. Modern sensor technology – check your swing and club distances.
Golfing fun for everyone, novice golfers (learn to play indoor golf on the golf simulators before conquering the course).
Children are most welcome to play on the golf simulators. Players in wheelchairs are welcomed. Disability rate available.
Bring your own clubs or hire ours. Bringing your own golf ball, please ensure it is brand new and has no texta marks. Balls available to purchase.
The system is calibrated for your golf driver. Swing speed produces distances on the golf simulator. It’s not forgiving, ie. if you slice it outside you will slice it indoors. It will show you your draws and fades in realtime accuracy.
Putting – there is a gimme distance of 1.8 metres. If you get within 1.8 metres of the whole you are holed out one shot added. You will see the slope of the green through gridlines. Gimmes can be adjusted to a larger area or a number of putts then conceded.
The minimum age for play is 5 years, however hand eye co-ordination is required.
Par 3′s, 4′s and 5′s now available.
Bookings - 9494 2717.
Alcohol: Not licensed venue. No alcohol permitted on site unless a member of the League Competition between the hours of 6pm to 9pm Tuesday and Wednesday. Should you wish for your event to be catered for please enquire for Occasional Licence.
Pebble Beach Golf Links has been the site of golf’s most prestigious tournaments, including five U.S. Open Championships and the 2010 U.S. Open.
The Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando Florida is Arnold Palmer’s winter home and host course for the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
The PGA TOUR, consistently lists Spyglass Hill’s holes 6, 8 and 16 among the toughest on the TOUR, and during the 1999 US Amateur, the stroke average of the field during medal play was in excess of 79.
The Monument course was designed by the team of legendary golfer Tom Weiskopf and architect, Jay Morrish. It stretches to 7,028 yards and is a par 72. With wide fairways that wind through lush desert vegetation, natural washes and towering saguaros. The course was listed as No. 8 in America’s Top 100 Non-Private Golf Courses by Golf Magazine.
Wooden Sticks, architect Mr. Ron Garl and his team worked diligently to ensure that every aspect of the golf experience reflects the spirit found in some of today’s most famous golf holes. 12 of the 18 holes at Wooden Sticks were each inspired by a different famous golf hole from the PGA TOUR, including Augusta and TPC Sawgrass.
DORAL BLUE MONSTER
The Blue Monster at Doral played host to the Doral Open on the PGA Tour from 1962 to 2006. The famous 18th hole, with its signature fountain, was ranked by GOLF Magazine as one of the Top 100 Holes in the World.
Winner of numerous awards since its opening in 1996, Nicklaus North has played host to events such as the Skins Game and the Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf, welcoming some of golf’s biggest names such as Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, Ernie Els, Greg Norman, Fred Couples, John Daly, Vijay Singh and Stephen Ames.
The Bethpage Black Course is the most difficult of the five golf courses at Bethpage State Park on Long Island. In 2002 the Black Course became the first publicly owned and operated course to host the U.S. Open. It also hosted the 2009 U.S. Open.
Hawaii’s No.1 Golf Course. This 18-hole, par 72 golf course climbs, slopes and careens down hills as a demanding layout that calls for your best-planned shots.
CASA DE CAMPO
Pete Dye’s classic Teeth of the Dog ranked as the No.1 course in the Caribbean and 43rd in the top 100 courses, worldwide, by Golf Magazine.
The Harbour Town Golf Links course is located in the Sea Pines Plantation of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Golf Magazine has rated the course No.1 in South Carolina. Architect Pete Dye designed the course with help from Jack Nicklaus.
Kiawah Island is the only the fourth course to host each of the PGA of America’s major championships. The Ocean Course just ranked 25th in Golf Digest’s 100 Greatest U.S. Golf Courses List and 4th on Best Public Course List.
The Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course is a mountain course with challenging layout set in the heart of Canada’s Rocky Mountains.
Torrey Pines golf course is located on the coastal bluffs of the Torrey Pines Mesa in La Jolla, CA a Southern California coastal community. Both Torrey Pines Golf Courses are Championship 18-hole golf courses and are played by PGA TOUR professionals.
PINEHURST NO. 2
Pinehurst has been the site of more championships than any other golf course in the country. Pinehurst welcomes the U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open Championships in 2014.
The Links at Spanish Bay was built on vast sandy wasteland ideally suited for creating a true links-style course. Development began in 1985, and was planned to protect the native dunes habitat.
PGA National Golf Club, the home of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America, is located at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The Golf Club facilities include four championship, 18-hole golf courses within PGA National.
RICH HARVEST FARMS
Rich Harvest Farms is a private, 18-hole, 1,800 acre golf course and country club near Sugar Grove, Illinois. The golf course is an extreme test of a golfer’s skill. Measuring well over 7,700 yards from the professional tees, the course requires precision with every shot. The famous fourth hole, Devil’s Elbow, has one of the most intimidating tree-lined tee boxes and fairways of any golf course.