Golf course owners and managers can place the indoor golf simulator units in the clubhouse to allow members to benefit all year round from a first-class amenity while gaining valuable exposure for the course. TruGolf indicates that the dimensions of the indoor golf simulator units are 9'8" H x 14' 1" W x 18' D and the minimum room size required to accommodate an indoor golf simulator unit is 10' H x 15" W x 20' D. The indoor golf simulator units provided by TruGolf are built for lasting performance in a commercial environment.Currently, TruGolf offers the latest golf engine Element6 software for the indoor golf units and it features a full 3D living environment. TruGolf indicates that minimal maintenance is required for an indoor golf simulator unit. Because the indoor golf system uses club head tracking technology, the club head sensors in the hitting mat must remain clear and this is achieved by vacuuming debris from the sensor holes on a regular basis. The projector bulb will also need to be replaced occasionally. TruGolf advises that the indoor golf hitting mat is very durable and its lifespan depends upon frequency of use. The mats of indoor golf units in residential settings normally last for 2 years or longer.
The golf screen will break down over time with use, and TruGolf suggests that clean golf balls that have not been scratched should be used to preserve the screen for approximately a year with normal residential use. With commercial use the screen of the indoor golf unit will last for between 9 months to a year. TruGolf offers the indoor golf units with software featuring 15 of the world's finest courses and the Course Library offers additional courses which can be purchased for more exciting play. TruGolf has indoor golf unit installations around the United States and Canada as well as the showroom located in Centerville, Utah, where demonstrations may be viewed. The sales team of TruGolf will be pleased to receive queries and relay any information required.