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  • Maverick
    started a topic Simulator Pictures

    Simulator Pictures

    Post pictures of your Protee golf simulator room or setup.

  • Spudly
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    Still a little bit more to go but almost done.

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  • Spudly
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    Have not been here in a while, been building this.

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  • Taylor40299
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    I thought I would post a pic of my Simulator. It's a little different that others, but works in the space I had.

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  • longhornlove
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    DYI Tommy. Found a canvas painting/reproduction, put some hinges and Velcro. When I'm done, fold it up and you can't see the keyboard or mouse.

  • Jb50
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    A few pics of my very humble Optishot garage setup. I just got the impact screen so now I can start hitting real balls instead of foam. I have a canvas tarp behind the screen to help with bleed through and a net behind that. On some forum advice I made the net pretty tight and left the screen pretty loose. A little too loose actually so I will be adjusting it some. I have a compressor to the left of the screen so I built a screen with some tarp I had that can be moved when not using. I hung a tarp on the right side to keep errant balls from flying into my work bench. For. Ceiling protection I built a frame and attached a mesh screen to it. I attached it to the ceiling using hinges on one side and a hook and pulley on the other side. When I want to use it I lower it and it rest on the screen frame. When done I just lift in out of the way up against the ceiling. I had to do this so I can still use the garage door. Pretty happy with it so far. Now I have to tactfully work on the misses and some how convince her that a Skytrak is a necessity.

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  • wjochetz
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    Gene, what all did you use for your iPad mount? Thanks

  • miwamc
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    I have ordered that, but haven't had a chance to use it yet. I still have to figure out my projector position so I know where the mats will end up - I'm apparently not very good at horizontal keystone, I can't quite get it.

  • Jb50
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    I use the Optishot still but am also doing some changes. I refer to it as "phase 2" to my wife. I'm slowly trying to break her in to the though of me buying a skytrak at some point (phase 3). Phase 2 for me was ordering an impact screen and net to go behind it and also some ceiling protection. I too have trouble with mat sliding and heard good things about the gorilla grip. I haven't used it so I have no personal opinion. Link below.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...=AK8KODIOTRXHK

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  • miwamc
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    Started with an Opti-shot and a pop-up net about 4 years ago, kept changing one thing at a time. Just got the projector and screen, haven't quite figured it out. Need to do something about my mats sliding all over the place too, but getting closer.

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  • Tommyseb
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    Just been browsing through the sim pictures for some inspiration, really interested in the wall mounted keyboard / mouse shelf, it looks like it folds up to the wall? Is this a diy or bought option? Cheers

  • ecarl97
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    Hey guys,

    Here is my setup and when I went in to it, I felt in over my head. But thanks to all of you, I am now playing TGC on my GC2 and loving it!!! I have played so many rounds the last week, my hands are calloused and my back is achy. Here are a list of items I got to build this setup:

    I used particle board on the sides and drilled into my studs, then connected angle iron to the particle board. Had a stud on top at the edge of the soffit for top angle iron support.

    Used Spectrum Golf for the screen and they built it custom size for me: H 7'7" x W 9'6" - http://www.virtual-golf-simulator.co...simulator.html

    I got a deal on the computer from cyberpowerpc. Took advantage of their new year special and received a great rig for same price I was looking at for much less power: http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/

    My projector is the BENQ MX819ST which is a bit older but can handle resolutions of 1080p - 4K a little too expensive for my taste right now. I'll skip to 8K when all the technology catches up.
    Used the calculator link right from the product page on projectorcentral: http://www.projectorcentral.com/BenQ...ulator-pro.htm - I questioned its accuracy but it was dead on!!!

    The flooring (not yet complete) is from : http://www.rubberflooringinc.com/int...urf-tiles.html - In building this I wanted to leave the area as intact as possible therefore, removal of carpet not an option. So I went over it with these mats. You can see the interlocked edges but it absorbs the club nicely and looks nice. Put some plywood down for support.

    Bought some 1 3/4" scraps from Synlawn for the sides.

    GC2 purchased from Foresight.

    Bluetooth adapter purchased on Amazon...bought the most highly rated.

    TGC purchased from https://golfsimulatorstore.com/

    Let me know if you have questions!

    Thank you all!!!!

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  • richdmb
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    Originally posted by brattenj View Post
    Couple pics of my new room.
    Hey Bratton, what is the distance from the ball position to your seats?

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  • Dshafr1216
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    Here is my temporary setup. I have it 10 foot ceilings in the garage so I can get a full swing. I used an oil pallet to make my hitting area.. Even though it holds about 1500lbs of oil, I put 2x4's in it for support. Covered it with fatigue mats and notched it out for the Optishot. Here is the initial test . Then this is how I play with foam balls hitting into a California King size sheet. The projector I have is made buy iRulu.

    Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk

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  • goodmatt78
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    My original pics are on page 11. Here are a couple more with TGC and some recent touches. The gopro wide angle helps see most of the room.
    Last edited by goodmatt78; 12-13-2016, 08:21 PM.

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