The Golf Game Simulation Set

by Anita

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Have you ever wanted to play golf in the middle of winter when there is feet of snow of the ground? Maybe, you have the desire to practice some place else other than the golf course in front of watchful eyes. Well, the Golf Game Simulation Set is perfect for both those reasons and for hours of fun at home or even a friend’s house.

This golf game has a motion sensing technology that makes it almost like being on the golf course only you are not fighting the cold weather and the wind in person. It will measure your swing and translate it into a power and control on an 18-hole screen course on your television.

All you have to do is plug in the sensor unit to your television and then place it on the floor. You use the club to drive or putt over the sensor. The sensor monitors LED light reflection from under the bottom of the club using a metal oxide semiconductor camera, which records the movement of your club and then relays it to your television screen. All of your shots simulate exactly how your drive or put would do if you were actually on your favorite golf course.

The ball that you see on your television screen responds with physics as if it were in fact being hit out on the golf course. You will still have to navigate your way through all the obstacles such as water hazards, rough and bunkers.

If you are not up to a full 18 holes today, just try out some of the mini-games like the Par 3 Challenge, a putting green, or a target range. There are also three different play modes, which are tournament, match, and round.

You can find the Golf Game Simulation Set online for around $70USD and never miss playing golf again because of the weather.

3 reviews or comments

rk Says: January 11, 2006 at 12:03 am

sounds like fun!!

where is it available?

David Muraskin Says: March 14, 2006 at 7:56 am

Who is the manufacturer of this golf simulation product???

Anita Says: March 14, 2006 at 2:33 pm

You can find it here http://www.hammacher.com/publish/72346.asp?promo=xsells

I hope this helps. :)

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