Here’s a few of our favourite features:
- No fixings – there’s no drilling, anchoring to the wall or anything like that. Put it up, take it down, end of story.
- Single-Piece Design – The enclosure itself is a single piece of durable material, so there are no gaps between the walls and back or anywhere that a ball can sneak through and damage your wall behind it.
- Intelligent Screen Design – The screen is a commercial grade, triple layer, HD quality projector screen with an offset screen design, whereby the projector screen is positioned approximately 11” forward of the rear frame border, reducing 99% of the metal frame that surrounds a majority of other brand portable simulator enclosures, all but eliminating the chance of golf ball ricochet.This offset design also creates a built-in rear buffer zone, leaving space for the screen to expand upon golf ball impact within the enclosure frame border. This extends the life of the screen itself, and to top it off, the screen is attached with Velcro, so after a few years of use you can replace the screen, without having to replace the entire enclosure.
- Pick a Size and Pick Your Add Ons – there are 4 sizes to choose from, and you can choose to add any and all of the following:
- Side Nets – Add an extra layer of safety to stop stray balls.
- Hitting Mat – If you don’t already have a mat to strike from, you really should get one. You may already have something, particularly if you are upgrading from a net, and that’s fine. This mat is a premium striking mat, constructed from 32mm knitted nylon turf for a real life feel, a 3mm urethane stabilizing layer and 14mm foam base for added comfort and stability. It measures 150cm x 150cm. You can use your own tees on it if you wish, or you can use Birtees (€17.95) This is a premium mat, coming in at €736, but it is worth it. That said, If budget is an issue we do have some other lower cost hitting mats listed on the online store that you can have a look at instead, like this TeeLine Strike Mat.
- Putting Green – This is the mat that sits under the enclosure in the pictures above. It looks really nice, and it functions very well as a putting green surface, but whether you need it or not really depends on the launch monitor and software package you are using. If your enclosure is set up on hard floor, you should put something down to stop a ball whalloping off concrete or whatever, but if you’re not actually using to putt, a patch of green carpet will do the job.
Home simulator enclosure setup animation:
Home simulator enclosure setup:
Garage simulator enclosure setup:
Golf Enclosure Timelapse of disassembly
A Note on Care and Maintenance
The manufacturer offers a 24 month warranty against defects which is great, but to extend the life of the screen try not to use golf balls that are scuffed or dirty, as they will scuff & dirty the screen, so give them a clean if you’ve been doing some real world golfing.
Return & Refund Policy: As an Irish registered company our returns policy is in line with all relevant Irish and European law and best practice. We want to make sure your buying experience with Simulated Sports Entertainment Ltd is a positive one, and so if you have any issues with your purchase, do not hesitate to get in touch.
The manufacturer offers a full 24 month domestic us warranty against manufacturing defects, as such for faulty or defective items, we will repair, replace or refund as is appropriate for the specific situation.
Shipping Info: This product will ship within 3 business days, but shipping times are a little harder to predict than normal, so please allow 2 weeks for delivery.