Installation FAQ

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Installation FAQ

Yes you can. Basic DIY installations is a simple and well documented task. However, if you feel you need help or advice, do not hesitate to turn to us – we’ll help our customers in all installation matters. It is adviced to consult our experts of the setup even before ordering: Precise measurements, and the importance of proper placement of components often necessitate the expertise of a trained professional.

Review the dimensions of your potential installation space to ensure it meets the minimum requirements for the specific simulator model you’re considering. Consider the room’s layout, ceiling height, and any potential obstacles that may affect the installation or gameplay.

We are happy to make a turn-key installation for you in our area.

In general, our products do not need any tools to install and they are self-installable. Simulator enclosures and nets come with easy instructions. Click-in tubing with marked ends. Oviously simulator software needs basic understanding of sw-installation. We’ll help our customers the best we can to get you going smoothly.

The only exception to above is when you want your video projectror installed to ceiling and you are not able to do it yourself. In that case you might need professional help.

Ensure your chosen installation space meets the weight capacity of the simulator components and the surrounding structure. Address any potential noise issues or vibration concerns, and consider modifying the room’s décor and lighting to enhance the virtual golfing experience.

A typical golf simulator installation includes a launch monitor, an enclosure with screen or a net, a hitting mat, a projector, and a computer.

The projector and screen  are used to display the virtual golf course, while the launch monitor measures the ball’s flight data. The hitting mat provides a realistic surface for practicing swings, and the enclosure or net stops the ball and protects the surrounding area from errant shots.

The installation cost of a golf simulator depends on several factors, including the size and complexity of the setup, the type of simulator equipment chosen, and the location of the installation. Factors such as protection of errant shots, wall framing, electrical wiring, and flooring may also impact the cost.

Regular maintenance of the simulator components, such as the projector, screen, and launch monitor, is essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Follow the manufacturer’s recommended cleaning and care procedures to keep your simulator in top condition.

Like any sporting activity, using a golf simulator carries some inherent risks. Ensure the enclosure or net is properly installed and secured to protect nearby areas from errant shots. Always wear appropriate footwear and clothing when using the simulator.

The minimum space required for a golf simulator installation typically depends on the specific simulator model and the desired setup. A space of 3 x 4 x 3 m is generally considered as suitable minimum requirement for photometric launch monitors. Radar based launch monitors are placed behind the hitting area and might therefore need more space.