LOS ANGELES -- XGOLF Simulator (www.xgolfsimulator.com), a world-renowned technologically-advanced golf simulator, club-fitting and instructional system, will exhibit its distinctive technology at the 2013 PGA Expo Aug. 20-21 in Las Vegas, in booth #1202. Attendees will have the opportunity to see the extraordinary realism of the XGOLF Simulator playing experience on world-renowned golf courses, the variety of practice options and the accuracy of data provided for instructional and club-fitting purposes.
"We look forward to exhibiting our exceptional XGOLF Simulator technology at the PGA Expo," said Joseph Huh, CEO of XGOLF. "We invite attendees to experience all that XGOLF Simulator has to offer."
XGOLF Simulator executives will be on hand to demonstrate the technology and the exciting features that set the system apart. Attendees are encouraged to come learn how XGOLF Simulator can enhance their retail, club-fitting and instructional programs.
In addition, longest-drive and closest-to-the-pin contests will be conducted at the XGOLF booth, with prizes for all participants.
About XGOLF Simulator
Individual avid golfers, as well as instructors and club fitters, have discovered that XGOLF's exclusive design, durability and cutting-edge technological features, as well as its superior graphics and exciting new capabilities, make it the most exceptional and innovative yet value-driven golf-simulator system. With unique features such as XPLATE (Variable Lie Positioning Plate) and XBALL (Intelligent Ball Teeing), the authenticity of XGOLF's simulated golf is unparalleled, replicating real shots on the screen and providing the most realistic golf experience possible. As a leading technology provider, XGOLF has as its main mission to listen and innovate based on customers' evolving needs and expectations.
The XPLATE Variable Lie Positioning System detects the ground slope and automatically adjusts the slope where a golfer stands to provide a more realistic experience. The slope also can be adjusted manually for practicing uphill, downhill and sidehill-lie shots.
The XBALL Intelligent Teeing System gathers the balls and puts one on the tee before every shot. During the game, it remembers each player's tee-height setting, so that it feels as though a personal caddy has set the ball in place. This feature saves precious time and allows the player to concentrate on the game.
New XGOLF features introduced at the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show include:
• an all-new touch-screen display with user-friendly interface that allows for seamless training and video swing analysis;
• advanced graphics engine; enables more realistic graphics with field realism; flying bird, water reflection, trees and shadows;
• event mode with unlimited participants for Closest-to-the-Pin and Longest-Drive contests, as well as a Putting Challenge;
• addition of more worldwide, renowned premium golf courses.
The new features enhance even further XGOLF's appeal for home environments, restaurants, entertainment venues, golf clubs and retail golf outlets.
Retailers, instructors, club fitters and avid individual golfers look to XGOLF to provide the most exciting and rewarding golf-simulation experience available anywhere.
The realism and beauty of the XGOLF playing experience is matched only by the accuracy and precision of its swing-analysis technology. Swing analysis, an integral and important aspect of the game, is easily accessible and highly accurate with XGOLF. Every caliber golfer, from tour player to occasional recreational player, can benefit from the unlimited game-improvement potential and opportunities XGOLF offers. And instructors worldwide count on XGOLF to deliver the finest analysis capability to enhance their teaching techniques and leverage cutting-edge technologies to help their students make precise swing adjustments for improved results. Through the use of strategically-placed numerous optical sensors, XGOLF tracks extensive swing data, providing detailed shot information, video analysis, weight-shift analysis and data analysis.
For more information, see www.xgolfsimulator.com.
Sally J. Sportsman