Do you eat, sleep, and breathe golf? If you have answered in the affirmative, then I am quite sure that you are an avid fan of picking up various golf magazines in order to better know how you can improve on your strokes to reduce your handicap, and have also amassed quite the number of golf videos so that you can watch how the pros do it – and follow them in their stead. Of course, the more hardcore ones out there would actually go for a one-to-one coach, which can end up to be pretty expensive in the long run. What if there was a mobile device that could help you improve on your golf game in the long run (or at least it claims to), without having to break the bank? This is where OptiShot Golf’s OptiShot2 come in handy.
The OptiShot2 is a unique golf simulator that will make use of the latest in analytic and shot tracer technology, where it will be accompanied by an easy to use interface in order to come up with the ultimate real-world golf experience. It is not only compact in size, but cost as well, where there is no need to come up with an elaborate setup. It works with just about any other club that is in your bag, and will play nice regardless of whether you are a Mac or Windows user. The inclusion of the spanking new OptiShot Live feature would allow users to play 18 holes on the world’s most famous courses with friends, family and competitors all over the world – and to do so without having to actually purchase a single plane ticket. Heck, you can enjoy a round of 18 holes right smack in the comfort of your living room.
The OptiShot2 Golf Simulator comes with an asking price of $499.95, where it will offer a swing and ball-shot accuracy that is just like playing real golf. After all, that is to be expected when it comes equipped with sixteen precisely-tuned, high-speed 48MHz infrared sensors, and each of them has been specially calibrated to track your favorite clubs, before, during and after contact. The OptiShot2 technology and PinPoint accuracy system would then offer the user precise and instantaneous feedback on every shot so that they can work on it for further refinement.