Hardware

Our systems allow you to play on simulations of real-life golf courses as well as driving ranges. Golfzon simulators are fully customisable and compatible, with VISION, GDR software, T1 & T2 sensors able to work seamlessly together. Our simulators can be configured to meet any variety of indoor uses or environments, both residential and commercial.

Please select from the sub menu above to scroll to the individual components from our different Golfzon systems or watch the videos below to find out more about Vision/GDR hardware.

Vision Hardware
GDR Hardware

Vision Premium Components

As shown in this diagram, several components are required in addition to the T1 Console to implement the complete golf simulator.

  1. T1 Sensor
  2. Projector
  3. Screen
  4. T1 Console
  5. Moving Swing Plate
  6. Keypad
  7. Tee-up button for left-handed users

T1 Console

Use the keyboard and mouse to interact with Vision Premium.

The moment a stroke is made, the player’s swing motion is recorded by the Swing Motion Camera incorporated in the T1 Console for instant replay.

T1 Sensor

One facing the user’s front and the other facing the side, the T1 Sensors with stereoscopic high-speed camera instantaneously measures the speed and direction of the club head path at impact and as the ball is launched, its speed and spin rate axis is measured for an accurate and true ball trajectory.

Moving Swing Plate

The Moving Swing Plate replicates the slope of the course where the ball lies, raising its four sides at varied angles and height to match the exact slope on the course.

It is also equipped with three different types of hitting surfaces (fairway, rough, and bunker) that replicate where your ball is on the course.

  1. T1 Fairway Mat: Use this mat when the next shot should be played in the fairway.
  2. T1 Rough Mat: Use this mat when the next shot should be played in the rough.
  3. T1 Bunker Mat: Use this mat when the next shot should be played in a bunker.
  4. Auto Tee-up: The ball is fed automatically through a rubber tee ready to tee off. For other shots, when the ball is manually placed from the rubber tee on the hitting area (one of three surface mats), the rubber tee automatically retreats back getting ready for the next ball feed.

Keypad

The Keypad comes with the Auto Tee-up module. The Keypad allows players to command the following:

  1. Press the GRID pad to show or hide grid lines that shows the ground terrain features of the course.
  2. Press the UP pad to raise the tee by 5 mm.
  3. Press the DOWN pad to lower the tee by 5 mm (for wood or iron tee shots).
  4. Press the LEFT pad to move the aiming or target direction to the left. The left movement distance varies proportionally to the remaining distance to the pin.
  5. Press the RIGHT pad to move the aiming or target direction to the right.
  6. Press the TEE-UP pad to manually feed the ball.

Projector

The projector is required to beam Vision’s user interface, including field images, onto the screen. For more information on the projector, see specifications.

NOTE
*The projector make and model is subject to change according to Golfzon’s internal policy.

Screen

The screen is customisable depending on the space availability. It consists of two sheets attached to each other with velcro.

CAUTION
*Avoid using cracked or dirty golf balls to maintain durability and extend the life of the screen.

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Vision Standard Components

As shown in this diagram, several components are required in addition to the T2 Kiosk to implement the complete golf simulator. This guide does not provide full information about other components.

  1. Projector
  2. Screen
  3. T2 Kiosk
  4. Monitor for left-handed uers
  5. T2 Sensor
  6. Moving Swing Plate
  7. Keypad
  8. Tee-up button for left-handed users

T2 Kiosk

Use the touch screen to interact with Vision Standard.

The moment a stroke is made, the player’s swing motion is recorded by the Swing Motion Camera incorporated in the T2 Kiosk for instant replay.

T2 Sensor

With stereoscopic high speed camera, the T2 sensor instantaneously measures the speed and direction of the club head path at impact, and as the ball is launched, its speed and spin rate axis is measured for an accurate ball trajectory, which is incorporated in the T2 Kiosk for instant replay.

Moving Swing Plate

The Moving Swing Plate simulates places to hit a ball, from tee box to green, by making one of its four sides higher at varied angles.

It is also equipped with a hitting surface.

  1. T2 Fairway Mat: Put a ball on this mat to make a shot.
  2. Auto Tee-up: The ball is fed automatically through a rubber tee ready to tee off. For other shots, when the ball is manually placed from the rubber tee on the hitting area, the rubber tee automatically retreats back getting ready for the next ball feed.

CAUTION
*Do not jump on the Moving Swing Plate. Doing so may cause damage to it.

Keypad

The Keypad is comes with the Auto Tee-up module. The Keypad allows players to command the following:

  1. Press the GRID pad to show or hide grid lines that shows the ground terrain features of the course.
  2. Press the UP pad to raise the tee by 5 mm.
  3. Press the Down button to lower the tee by 5 mm when making a tee shot.
  4. Press the LEFT pad to move the aiming or target direction to the left. The left movement distance varies proportionally to the remaining distance to the pin.
  5. Press the RIGHT pad to move the aiming or target direction to the right.
  6. Press the TEE-UP pad to manually feed the ball.

Projector

The projector is required to beam Vision’s user interface, including field images, onto the screen. For more information on the projector, see specifications.

NOTE
*The projector make and model is subject to change according to Golfzon’s internal policy.

Screen

The screen is customisable depending on the space availability. It consists of two sheets attached to each other with velcro.

CAUTION
*Avoid using cracked or dirty golf balls to maintain durability and extend the life of the screen.

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GDR Standard Components

As shown in this diagram, several components are required in addition to the T2 Kiosk to implement the complete golf simulator.

  1. Projector
  2. Screen
  3. T2 Kiosk
  4. Monitor for left-handed uers
  5. T2 Sensor
  6. Moving Swing Plate
  7. Tee-up button
  8. Swing Motion Camera (for side view)

T2 GDR Kiosk

Use the touch screen to interact with GDR. At the moment a stroke is made, the user’s swing motion is recorded for instant replay by the front Swing Motion Camera incorporated in the T2 Kiosk and also by the side Swing Motion Camera.

At the bottom of the T2 Kiosk, there is a keypad that has five buttons for frequently used commands. These buttons make it easier to manipulate the GDR. For example, you may press the video button Swing Motion instead of touching the same icon on the touch screen to view your swing motion.

T2 Sensor

The advanced stereoscopic T2 Sensor instantaneously measures the speed and direction of the club head at impact and as the ball is launched for a true ball trajectory.

Moving Swing Plate

The Moving Swing Plate reproduces the slope of the course where the ball lies by raising its four sides at varied angles and height for a true course feeling.

  1. T2 Fairway Mat: Put a ball on this mat to make a shot.
  2. Auto Tee-up: The rubber tee comes up with a ball on top of it to feed a ball.
  3. Tee-up button: Press this button to manually feed a ball.

CAUTION
*Do not jump on the Moving Swing Plate. Doing so may cause damage to it.

Projector

The projector is required to beam Vision’s user interface, including field images, onto the screen. For more information on the projector, see specifications.

NOTE
*The projector make and model is subject to change according to Golfzon’s internal policy.

Screen

The screen is customisable depending on the space availability. It consists of two sheets attached to each other with velcro.

CAUTION
*Avoid using cracked or dirty golf balls to maintain durability and extend the life of the screen.