With health and wellness in the office becoming more of a priority post pandemic, Golf Swing systems, have installed a state of the art simulator in a London office. Located on the 42nd floor of 22 Bishopsgate, the tenants have opted for a powerful Trackman unit to provide the gold standard in data and simulation.
Golf is a sport where practice makes perfect but the problem is there just aren’t enough hours in the day to master everything. Traditionally, a golfer looking to practise their swing or various difficult techniques went to the driving range to find their rhythm.
Tom May, General manager of Guildford Golf Club had seen several of Golf Swing Systems installations and was impressed with the quality of the nets and baffle nets. Tom wanted something more in keeping with the look and feel of Guildford Golf Club and wanted a wooden frame construction and a ramped ball return floor.
A golf simulator is a considerable investment but did you know that it can double up as a home cinema? Deciding to give your golf simulator a dual purpose could be the thing that tips the balance of getting one in your favour.
Golf simulators have advanced so much from the early days of just hitting a ball into a net and feeling if it was a good shot or not. These days, the feedback from golf simulators can act as your golf coach, and many coaches actually use them to improve golfers too.
All golfers know the physical and mental health benefits of a round of golf. You are out in the fresh air playing a sport you love often with friends who share the same passion. A round of golf can be physically demanding, if you choose not to use a buggy, then depending on the length of the course, you can expect to walk between 3-6 miles.
Most golfers know that the sport is one of the most difficult to master in the world. Even when you are somehow hitting it well, you know that a change in form is just around the corner, so maintaining a practice schedule is vital.