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Dancin Dogg OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulator

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  • Club head speed, Face angle, Swing path
  • Library of world class golf courses
  • Easy three step setup, Software upgrades and new courses
  • Supports left or right-handed players, and Standard or metric measurements
  • Comes with free tech support (see below) and a 180 day manufacturers limited warranty
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Product Description


DancinDogg OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulator feature:
  • Play replications of some of the world's most famous golf courses like Torrey Pines and Big Horn Golf
  • 16 advanced infrared optical sensors accurately measure your club through the impact zone capturing shot impact conditions
  • Gives you all the information you need, including distance to the pin, elevation details, wind speed and direction
  • Includes overhead map, shot tracer, putting grid, flag marker, automatic flyby, keyboard shortcuts, multiple camera views
  • Updated 3DD golf software will automatically add itself to your library of available places to play
  • True Simulation technology uses highly scientific methods to capture impact data
  • Results are relayed to the player in real-time in a visual display
  • Play with up to four players and use your own clubs
  • Hit all shots from the tee to the green
  • Enjoy the option of putting yourself or choosing auto-putt
  • Infrared sensors measure: club head speed, face angle, swing path, toe/center/heel face contact, and give feedback of each shot
  • Settings accommodate right and left handed golfers


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    • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 10.2 x 15.4 inches ; 1.3 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
    • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
    • ASIN: B001P829X2
    • Item model number: 20080012
    • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,999 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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    By B. Davis on August 18, 2009
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    If you are really good already and live on a golf course and have membership and play several times a week you'll probably think this product is not very interesting.. But if you are like me and only get to play 3 - 4 times a month yet want to improve you'll love this product.

    Fact is I plugged this up to my computer and was using it w/out any tweaking right away. It recognizes my shots spot on.. I was seriously amazed.

    The great thing about it is that it tells you exactly what you are doing wrong, outside/in swing with open club face (so that's why it sliced).. but aside from its practice app if you get bored just swinging a club over and over like at a driving range you can play the 3dd golf that comes with it. You currently get 4 courses with various difficulty levels and basically you feel like you are playing a game of golf w/out having to leave your home. And you can take muligans or go into practice mode and just practice the same shot over and over..

    It reads chips and pitches spot on as well with great flight and roll dynamics.. the physics in this game is as good as what is in tiger woods golf..

    The putting is a little fast in my opinion but that is because I am use to playing on slow greens. It allows you to tweak stuff like that, I have not quite got around to doing that though.

    You'll want to keep using your other training aids along with this, the best part is that it tells you why your swing was wrong so you can practice and correct errors knowing what you need to correct.. Unlike a driving range where you don't always know what you are doing wrong. All the while you are playing a game of golf and actually feel like you are in the golf game instead of just aiming at targets and swinging over and over again.
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    I have been using the Optishot Golf Simulator Dancin Dogg OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulatorfor two weeks and wanted to share a video evaluation of the system. If you enjoy golf, I think you will love the Optishot.
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    By R. Africa on February 18, 2010
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    I've had the product for a couple months now and I feel that it is a very good value. I've used the P3Pro and it is a better product, but it is also in another price tier.

    I have the system set up in my basement driving range (thankfully I have high ceilings). I have only one window in the basement and the natural light does not interfere with the system. I use the recommended lighting and I use both real golf balls and the 'almost golf' foam ball. I've had five other golfers use the system in an effort to test it's accuracy. Here are our findings:

    1. IRONS - Swing Path: The Optishot seems to be quite accurate with tracking the swing path, face (open/close) and impact (toe/center/heel) with irons. I even used impact tape on the club face to see if the toe/heel readings were correct and they were. One of the golfers who normally struggles with a hook was definitely still struggling with his hook and our test slicer was still slicing... pretty good. We used Callaway, Nickent, Ping and Cleveland irons on the system and they all worked well. Rating: 9/10

    2. IRONS - Swing Speed: I believe this is pretty accurate. Based on what I've seen my swing speed at on the P3Pro, I think the Optishot is close. I would rate the Optishot an 8/10.

    3. IRONS - Ball Distance: Not sure how accurate the distance estimation is. Some of the golfers felt that the distances estimated by the Optishot were well short of what they normally hit. I found it to be about 5-10 yards shorter that what I really hit, but I figure not all irons have the same lofts, so the Optishot just estimates based on the type of irons you tell it you're using (NOTE: b/c this thing does not have a ball sensor it cannot accurately track the ball if you hit thin or fat...
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    I'd been thinking of getting a sim for some time and finally took the plunge on this one, which is certainly the least expensive one available. There's plenty of info on this on the internet so I won't go much into it, but I've been quite satisfied so far. Occasionally it won't pick up your swing (maybe once every 20-25 swings) and you have to reswing. Of course that only happens when you've really hit one flush. Distances with clubs weren't particularly accurate for me and this seems to be something that is fairly common, but you can adjust the distances (e.g. increase distance 10%, decrease distance 5%, etc.) to make the sim distances align with your real ones. I was consistently hitting drives of 320+ which felt good but wasn't going to do my real game any good. Incidentally, my average driving distance is more like 265, so I had to decrease driving distance about 17%. Programming in my clubs and setting distances took maybe 30 minutes and was sort of fun anyway.

    There are several courses that come with the sim, as well as a driving range that you have to download as an update once everything's installed. There were several updates to download and while they're not necessary to start playing, if you want the newest courses and the range they are, and they take a couple of hours to download. You can play it right out of the box but download the updates overnight.

    I was somewhat dismissive of the computing power recommended for this program. My computer is not quite 2 years old and certainly fits the minimum requirements for running the software, but running the program is not smooth.
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