Screen Golf! Golfzon leads the way.
I’ve seen golf simulators before in the U.S., but had never played them. I guess the idea is that you hit a ball past some sensors which calculate the angle, speed, and trajectory of the ball. This translates onto the screen and shows where your ball landed.
Golfzon‘s simulator takes that to the next level with a high definition screen, a tilting plate that matches the terrain where the ball stands, and it also calculates the spin on the ball. It’s like actually being on the golf course, only it’s probably not as hot (or cold) as the real golf course, and you don’t need to walk as much. You can also play on actual golf courses using the Golfzon simulator. To check it out in more detail, click here!
I think in the future we will see this technology go 3D, and then after that holograms. Much much later in the future I bet there will be golf VR like on the Star Trek holodeck, but maybe I am getting too far ahead of myself.