The Virtual Green floor uses patented technology to change slope and undulation to mimic any putting contour in golf.
Virtual Green is changing the game.
Uphill, downhill, left break, right break - Virtual Green can do it all.
Thousands of pinpoints shift and mold the course design.
Practice winning putts made on TOUR or the putt you’ll need to win your Sunday game.
Since the debut of Virtual Green at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show, the golf industry has shared in the excitement around the product. From instructors, to media, to simulator manufacturers, Virtual Green has caught the attention of golf professionals across the nation.
The ultimate goal of Virtual Green is to enhance the golf experience to truly create the feeling of standing on the putting green. Used for both entertainment and performance, Virtual Green is helping golfers refine one of the most essential course skills year-round. From installation in golf simulators, sports bars, cruise ships, universities and professional training centers; Virtual Green is changing the landscape of indoor golf.
Interested in Virtual Green, the most realistic, simulated putting experience out there? Fill in your contact information and we will keep you up to date with the latest from Virtual Green. As we continue to develop the product, we will be sure to keep all informed on progress with the promise to bring Virtual Green to market as soon as possible.
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2015 PGA Show: Virtual Green putting simulator
Golf fan? Moving floor mimics actual putting green
Virtual Green to Introduce Moving Floor Simulator at 2015 PGA Merchandise Show
Virtual Green, Moving Floor Golf Simulator, Debuts This Week at 2015 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida
Virtual Green to Debut with Exhibit at 2015 PGA Merchandise Show
Lots of activity @Virtual_Green display. This has to be the top contender in best new product for the #PGAShow2015
Moving floor golf simulator to debut this week