OptiShot 2 Golf Simulator for Home | Golf in A Box Series
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- Golf-In-A-Box comes with everything you need to have your very own golf room. OptiShot is an award-winning golf simulator system that is built for all types of golfers.
- The Golf in a Box includes an Infrared Optical Swing Pad, OptiShot2 Software (Download) with 15 Courses, USB Cable (10 ft.), Adjustable Rubber Tees, Two (2) Foam Practice Balls, OptiShot Hitting Mat, OptiShot Full Portable Hitting Net.
- With the OptiShot Golf-In-A-Box, you can practice golf all year-round and improve your accuracy and overall game. Enjoy golf at home, office or any indoor site with your family, friends, colleagues and more.
- OptiShot’s high-grade golf mat measures 4' x 5'; the high-density foam and high-quality turf delivers the lifelike golf experience right in your home. OptiShot Golf Net measures 7’ (H) x 8’ (W) x 1’ (D) and is designed to fit in most indoor spaces.
- Optishot Golf Simulator's minimum system requirements for Windows and Mac are listed in product description below. Please note that it is not compatible with macOS Catalina.
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OptiShot2 Golf Simulator
Experience lifelike golf from the comfort of your own home. Introducing OptiShot2, the world’s most popular golf simulator. Whether you’re looking to improve your golf game, play all year round or compete with friends and family, OptiShot can deliver. Play OptiShot on your computer and pair it with your HDTV or projector. Discover a new world of golf with OptiShot2.
What's In Optishot Golf-In-A-Box
Discover the easiest most intuitive golf simulator platform. OptiShot2 is an award-winning golf simulator that is built for all types of golfers. With 15 world renown courses included, realistic environment and the ability to play up to 4 players, OptiShot is a leader in golf simulator technology. Pick from 6 different game types, weather conditions, and multiple camera views. Play with real clubs – drivers, wedges, even putters. Track and analyze each swing. Connect your computer to HDTV or Projector. Bringing the game of golf to your home!
OptiShot Golf Mat
OptiShot’s high grade golf mat is specifically designed to fit the OptiShot2 Simulator directly into the mat. The OptiShot mat allows for flush mounting of the OptiShot2 simulator providing a perfect fit to get the full experience. The high density foam and high quality turf delivers the lifelike golf experience right in your home.
- Size: 4’ x 5’.
- 100% U.S. Made.
OptiShot Hitting Net
OptiShot’s durable hitting net is made with premium netting and with reinforced fiberglass frame. This easy to set up net allows you to play your OptiShot2 without the worries of using real golf balls in your home. When you're done playing, this net comes with a convenient carrying case for traveling and storage.
- Size: 10’ wide x 8’ tall.
Discover the easiest most intuitive golf simulator platform. OptiShot2 is an award-winning golf simulator that is built for all types of golfers. With 15 world renown courses included, realistic 3D environment and the ability to play up to 4 players, OptiShot is a leader in golf simulator technology. Pick from 6 different game types, weather conditions, and multiple camera views.
Accurate Swing Analysis
With unparalleled 16 high-speed 48MHz infrared sensors, OptiShot is precisely tuned for tracking club swing data. Calibrate your favorite clubs, see your shot patterns, and get instantaneous feedback on every shot.
Out of the box, OptiShot2 comes with 15 great courses such as Torrey Black, Twisted Twig, and Palm Desert. Each course is meticulously modeled after world renowned country clubs.
Take your golf game to the next level with OptiShot Season Pass, the revolutionary online tournament platform bringing golfers from around the world to compete against each other. Get access to over 40 new courses and compete in online tournaments for great prizes.
A net that arrives that is different than pictured will not alter usage of this product and does not constitute a return-worthy situation for the product.
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1) Quick easy setup
3) Reads every swing (at least for me)
4) Can use foam or real balls
5) Feedback on path, tempo, club face, swing speed
6) Includes 15 courses
7) Doesn't push your laptop too hard (a problem with SkyTrak - and I have a beast for a laptop)
10) Nice driving range
11) Mini Tour for $50/year where you can play tournaments and get access to many more courses
12) The ability to buy single courses for $30, versus expensive bundles with other golf sims
13) The multi-player is a dream come true - very simple
14) The amount of active games available in multi-player
1) Putting - it is pretty awful at this. All simulators are bad at putting, but Optishot is perhaps the worst that I've run across.
2) The graphic detail is lower than other golf sims (but easier on your computer). At the same time the image is brighter, clearer.
3) Those are the only cons I can think of at this point.
Would highly recommend the Optishot2 to anyone wanting to practice during the winter. Can you get a better system? Probably. Do you want to spend $5,000 for it versus $300? Probably not. The next "step up" from Optishot2 is SkyTrak - and it is not worth spending the extra $. Having owned both, I prefer the Optishot2.
Here are the some basics and then to the tips. For $300 out of the box you get about a dozen courses. For an additional $49 a year you'll receive more courses and the ability to play in 2 tournaments a month. After the 1st year I joined the Pro Tour which gives you several more courses and from 3 to 4 tournaments a month. This last year Optishot gave us the ability to pay $200 to have a lifetime subscription to be in the Pro Tour with no other annual fees from now on. I counted 62 courses and these are some of the finest courses not only in the US but several from around the world including Scotland, South Africa, Thailand and Taiwan. We also have tournaments called Closest To The Pin about once a month where you get 9 attempts. Peer to peer allows you to set up a game or play with other people from around the world.
When setting up a game you decide on 6 different wind speeds and directions, 5 different green speeds, fairway, rough and bunker difficulties that go from easy, moderate, demanding to very demanding. Other features include allowing yourself to have mulligans or not, gimmy putts to whatever distance you choose, different camera angles, tracer shot technology, replay shots, save game, etc. In practice mode you can choose any course any hole and any ball placement for that hole as well as a practice range.
Here's some important tips. Before you begin you need to calibrate your clubs. You'll be asked to do 5 strokes with a square club face then 5 closed and 5 open. The trick is to use a PUTTING STROKE not a full swing which can be inconsistent. Next in the bottom right hand menu go to edit Club Set and you will determine the speed adjust and distance adjust to match the distance you want each club to be. Most of my clubs are at 110% in both speed and distance.
I've seen reviews that criticize putting. I totally disagree. As real golfers know putting is a combination of putter speed, slope, green speed and whether you're hitting up or down hill and the degree of that. I think some people try to hit across the pad at an angle to adjust for slope. It's better to use the arrows on your keypad to determine where you would aim taking into account your green speed setting (fast greens break more than slow ones) how many inches up or down hill and the severity of break. Then hit squarely with your putter on the pad. In real golf you want to be able to hit your putter squarely with the correct speed at a target according to all the variables and this thing is extremely sensitive and consistent. If you want to compete at a high level in our tournaments you need to be putting lights out and making birdies. As David Duvall says golf is all about being able to repeat. Optishot 2 will reward you if you do something right.
Optishot 2 does not measure ball spin or launch angle but for the reviews that say it doesn't measure hitting fat they're just plain wrong. Hit fat and you'll see not only a loss of distance but usually your clubhead will be open just like in real golf. By the way, I don't hit with a ball since I play aiming at my TV and like not having wear and tear on my 63 year old joints.
I used to think I would have to win a big lottery to have a $50,000 golf simulator in my house. That would be nice but for the price I love this thing just as much as I did when I first got it. You'll find me in the tournaments as MarkMak. Best of luck!
I would say if you want to get this just for fun with your buddies in your game room etc, it is great for that. But if you are looking for realistic shots and help improve your game, this is not for you.
Top reviews from other countries
Unfortunately it is not accurate enough to improve your game. You can't rely on the feedback to make any changes, in fact it could be detrimental. This system can tell you that you've hit a duck hook when in fact the face was open. It was giving me swing speeds in excess of 130 mph for my driver when I know it's actually only around 105 mph (from Trackman). There are ways to make it better with tape on your clubs etc, but for me it is never going to give me valuable feedback. It's also very high off the ground, more so than it looks, and makes a nasty sound when you strike it slightly fat. I wouldn't recommend.
Well worth the money especially in this lockdown.