Foresight Sports Golf Simulators

True-to-life golf simulation.

industry leading Golf Simulators

Whether it’s a basic installation in your garage or a complete custom-designed virtual golf studio, our golf simulators are designed to offer the best-in-class experience possible.
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Our Sim-in-a-Box golf simulators are the most complete all-in-one virtual golf packages available today.  

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Our Custom Golf Simulators are tailored to your requirements and fitted by our team of installation experts. 

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The industry standard in launch monitor technology

With our golf simulators, you’re not only enjoying the best indoor golf simulation experience possible, you’re also improving your game with the world’s most trusted launch monitors.

The Ultimate Simulation Experience

Enjoy the most true-to-life golf simulation experience with our FSX software. Play the world’s best courses, practice your skills on the range, all in beautiful 4K resolution.

Our simulator applications

You’ll find our simulation technology all over the world, in every golfing environment you can imagine, from private homes to the world’s most sophisticated manufacturer R&D facilities.  

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Private home simulators

Whether it’s a basic installation in your garage or a complete custom-designed virtual golf studio, all our simulators are powered by our core GC launch monitor technology. Which means, unlike other professional-grade golf simulators, you aren’t limited by exact room dimensions and large costs.

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Indoor golf centres

When it comes to commercial simulators, there are three reasons why Foresight Sports is the technology of choice – unmatched accuracy, true-to-life performance, and unbeatable value. Let our team design, build, and install a Foresight simulator for your facility that delivers the ultimate entertainment experience.

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Golf club simulators

Let members and visitors tee off on the world’s best courses or receive instruction from professionals – all from the comfort of your golf club. Our simulators provide a unique amenity that drives loyalty, membership retention, and positive reviews, particularly with adverse weather conditions.

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Teaching academies

Ensure you are delivering the best possible instructional experience to your students, whatever the weather, with a simulator powered by our core GC launch monitor technology. And that core technology – whether the GC3 or the GCQuad – can still be used on the range, course, putting green or short-game area for consistency of data and faster results.

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Club-fitting studios

Major club-fitting establishments have chosen Foresight simulators. Why? Because in-store, simulation-based club fitting is proven to provide an immediate upswing in club sales. An under-utilised area of floor space can easily be converted into a Foresight fitting experience that generates revenue, builds customer loyalty, and earns future business.

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Corporate venues

Turn an unused space into an employee perk. A brief recess on the corporate driving range can improve employee productivity, health, and job satisfaction while giving a boost to retention and recruiting. Best of all, with professional site surveys, space design, installation, and on-site training, Foresight can provide everything you need from start to finish. 

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Ready to take the next step? Check out our useful links and learn more about Foresight Sports golf simulators.

“GCQuad remains one of the most cutting-edge products that can help benefit golfers of all skill levels.”
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“GCQuad delivers both ball and club performance data with unprecedented accuracy and reliability.”
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“GC3’s power, portability, and value for money is a game-changer in the launch monitor space.”

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Foresight technology is used by some of the biggest names in the golf industry from Tour Pros to elite golf coaches and fitters.
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Taylor Made Golf
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Your questions answered

What is a golf simulator?
What is a golf simulator?

Put simply, a golf simulator is a combination of hardware and software that allows golfers to play and practice, without the need for a golf course or driving range.

They can range from basic DIY options powered by a mobile phone or tablet app, all the way up to a custom simulator building with a bespoke design and the most advanced launch monitor technology available in the industry. To learn more click here

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How do golf simulators work?
How do golf simulators work?

At the heart of every golf simulator is a piece of technology attempting to measure the initial flight of the golf ball in order to accurately represent the full flight. That technology then connects with golf simulation software.

The software can either be projected onto a hitting screen, or viewed on a separate monitor while a ball is hit into a net. The measurement system is the most crucial factor in determining the realism and accuracy of a simulator solution.

It is the one thing that controls whether the experience is representative of the ball flight that the golfer would see when hitting balls outside.

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How much is a golf simulator?
How much is a golf simulator?

The price of our golf simulators can vary based on your own personal requirements, budget and room dimensions so we would recommend speaking with one of our Technology Experts who will help you narrow down the best option.

We can provide everything from just the launch monitor and software, just the enclosure and everything in between but our ready to go GC3 Sim-in-a-Box, which gives you everything you need for a simulator, starts from £12,950 ex VAT. For pricing please visit our online shop 

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How much ceiling height do I need for a golf simulator?
How much ceiling height do I need for a golf simulator?

As a starting point we would recommend 3m high but a lot depends on factors, such as how tall the golfer is, how steep/flat their swing is, are they happy to only hit irons and not woods etc. For more information click here

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What space do I need for a golf simulator?
What space do I need for a golf simulator?

We would recommend 3m high, 4m wide and 5m deep but the most truthful answer is ‘it depends’. The space needed for a simulator depends on several factors, such as how tall the golfer is, how steep/flat their swing is, will they need right and left-hand play?

Do they want a projected image? Are they happy to only hit irons and not woods? Are there any other obstructions in the room etc. The first and best port of call for anyone who wants to know whether the space they are considering would be suitable, is to try and swing a golf club in that space and if they can safely swing a golf club (taking into consideration the ball ricochet) then that is the first step to confirming that a solution is possible. For more information click here

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What components do i need for a golf simulator?
What components do i need for a golf simulator?

The exact list of components and parts in your golf simulator will largely be determined by your budget, space and personal preferences. The most basic requirements will be a simulator enclosure, an impact screen or net, hitting mat and/or turf, a launch monitor, simulation software, laptop and a projector if required. For more information click here 

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Where can I put my golf simulator?
Where can I put my golf simulator?

We have clients with golf simulators in a multitude of different locations and environments. These range from garden based net solutions, to simulators in garages, outbuildings, spare rooms, to commercial simulators in golf clubs, driving ranges and entertainment venues.

To learn more about what you should consider when choosing a simulator location, and the different types of home and commercial golf simulators click here

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Is a golf simulator worth it?
Is a golf simulator worth it?

Although most sim owners will use theirs in a fairly specific way, there are a huge number of uses and benefits of an indoor golf simulator. Golfers love the ability to play whenever they want, regardless of the weather or time of day. Golf simulator technology now provides an unprecedented platform with which to improve your golf, not to mention the capacity for socialising and family entertainment.

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Are golf simulators accurate?
Are golf simulators accurate?

By capturing thousands of images per second, building a virtual 3D model, and then analysing a multitude of data components, our technology is able to create the most accurate and complete picture of your ball and club head performance. We then deliver the results via FSX Play, our next evolution of true-to-life graphics in golf simulation.

With a whole new graphics engine, you’ll experience the game like never before. Rich textures, 3D grass, enhanced lighting, updated UI and HUD, and ultra-smooth gameplay make you feel like you’re on the course, and know that the ball is doing what it would do if you were there. To find out how we measure visit here 

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Can a golf simulator improve your game?
Can a golf simulator improve your game?
A launch monitor is the only way to accurately provide feedback about the flight of the golf ball and the delivery of the golf club. For coaching, fitting, professional tours and for home users of all abilities, launch monitors are proving to be a vital asset to fully understand each aspect of a golfer’s game, especially when used in a simulator environment to allow golfers the ability to play whenever they want, regardless of the weather or time of day.
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How do you putt on a golf simulator?
How do you putt on a golf simulator?

Our launch monitors are able to measure the same data points on the shortest putts as they can on the longest drive. This means that putting is just as accurate as any other part of the game during simulation play and a physical stroke can be made, just as on the course. Another option is to use auto putt or gimmes if you want to free up more time to focus on driving and longer shots.

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