From the clubs to the courses to the caddies, with so many different components and products to golf, it can be all too easy to overlook a key aspect of the game: the clothes.Have you ever wondered, for example, why golfers wear the clothes they do?Well, that’s what we’re here to discuss today.
With the weather getting gradually worse and the evenings becoming darker much earlier on in the day, that can only mean one thing: Christmas is right around the corner.But, being frank about it, after the year we’ve had to this point, coming towards the end of the year is likely to be something that most people will be fairly happy with.
Whether it be because of the bad weather, another lockdown or a transportation issue, there are a number of reasons why learning how to improve your golf game at home can be particularly beneficial.From honing your short game to perfecting your swing, you don’t necessarily need to be out on a golf course to improve your game.
Golf Swing Systems showing how a golf simulator doubles as a cinema using archery screen material and a modest projector.Did you know that your Golf Simulator Projector can also be used to show films as well as being used for gaming?Have a look at Steve of Golf Swing Systems demonstrating the flexibility of the projectors and screens.
Mike Worley Head PGA Professional at Shooters Hill Golf Club came to see Golf Swing Systems in October wanting a studio fit out for a room that he was having built.The dimensions were great at 7M deep x 5M wide x 3M high.
We Create Ideas Came to Golf Swing Systems in October last year asking for a golf simulator that they could hire to their client at a Milatry Networking show in Edinburgh.Working with the stand builders we incorporated the SkyTrak enclosure into their available stand space and ran a nearest the Pin competion using TruGolf E6 Connect for 3 days.
Michael Lord PGA Professional at the New Forest Golf Club came to us in November 2018 with the idea for a cabin outside the clubhouse and Pro Shop. The design of the cabin had to be in keeping with other buildings at the course as this is an area of oustanding natural beauty.