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The difference between indoor and outdoor golf

The difference between indoor and outdoor golf

Can you beat the elements of green grass, fresh air and chirping birds?
While nothing can beat this sensation, we do offer the NEXT-BEST-THING!

X-Golf Avonhead provides the most realistic setting to playing golf.
All aspects of our courses are modelled in 3D, if you look closely you will see your new environment includes trees, water, houses, bunkers and even flying birds.

Try to hit a ball at a tree and see how the ball bounces off it.

One of the most difficult shots to simulate is the short game. With the advanced 3D Graphics, XGOLF gives you an unparalleled experience in the short game. When you putt or make a chip shot, the ball reacts to the green’s undulation as it would in a real course.

No more collecting balls! The XBALL system gathers the balls for you and places them back on the tee and you are ready to go. During the game, it remembers each player’s tee height, so that you feel like your own caddy sets the ball for you.

Training on driving ranges can become tiresome and boring. Ever wish that you could rent an entire golf course and turn it into a private driving range? Now you can take any of our courses, any hole, any distance and make it yours with XGOLF!

You can also pick up key elements of the swing including; distance, carry, launch angle, ball trajectory and speed.

If you want to experience a new way of playing golf, come in and see us at X-Golf Avonhead.

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