The same simulators The First Tee uses are also used by Pro Golfers.
Pro golfer Mark Wilson, winner of the PGA Tour’s 2007 Honda Classic, decided to put a Full Swing Golf simulator in his home.
It allows him to match up the feel of the shot with the data received from the simulator. Overall, this keeps his practice sessions more interesting and beneficial.
With so many simulator companies out there, why did Mark Wilson choose Full Swing Golf? With the simulator program covering about a dozen courses that host PGA tournaments, he’s able to go to a certain hole and hit numerous tee shots or approach shots in preparation for upcoming tournaments. The ability to hit his own type of golf ball from anywhere on the mat makes it feel more like real golf and probably most important, he says that the shot data is accurate and consistent.
Wilson has been joined by tour pros Patrick Reed, Jordan Spieth, Padraig Harrington, Bill Haas, Hunter Mahan, and Tiger Woods who have all put Full Swing Golf simulators in their homes.