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How to make Protee look as awesome as possible?

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  • How to make Protee look as awesome as possible?

    I am tasked with building a simulator for my club, utilizing a decent budget. Just recently stumbled upon Protee which seems to offer high end features at a good price. However, I can barely tie my shoes, let alone build a SIM on my own; even if I am shipped parts. I need this thing to look awesome. Any advice on making the Protee set up look as awesome as possible? Thanks in advance.

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    i know labor of love has one for sale and its reasonable in cost

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    • #3
      True. PM me if interested and I can walk you thought my setup. IMO it’s pretty excellent, works great and looks awesome.

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      • #4
        Maybe this will give you some inspiration Click image for larger version

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          • #6
            Protee UK, can you provide some details about the equipment you used for your buildout?

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            • #7
              Hi Ohio,
              For the platform floor we use a poly insulation board, grooves cut for all cables, 18mm T and G flooring boards covered with a premium artificial putting turf and surrounding fringe grass.
              Wall and ceiling pads are 2inch thick and can be covered in any material. putting cups were also dropped into the floor for indoor putting.

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              • #8
                I'd recommend having a chat with Cory or Preston at Par2Pro. They have a great reputation and I feel could offer you all of the components you need to build a great solution. They may cost a little more than the DIY approach, but if you have budget versus time/skill I think they'd be a good option

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