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52 minutes ago, iacas said:

@pganapathy… C'mon buddy.

 

Oh no, I get it.

Also, to a certain extent this message was about two things.  First giving him all the options. I agree that with his preferred 2K budget many of the options are out of reach.  It would be only Skytrak and below options.

But also as a friend of mine who set up a car website says, a Private Message only helps the individual in question, while a Public Message helps lots of people

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On 3/3/2023 at 11:44 AM, ChetlovesMer said:

@MembersBounce I don't know if you saw this thread, but there's pretty good information in there. I thought it might help you.

 

Thanks man! I'll give it a read

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On 3/2/2023 at 12:31 PM, iacas said:

They’re priced differently for a reason.

Yeah sure but i thinking machanics and tech. or is it mostly (as in most cases) the brand that makes up the difference in price. 
they fit different bank accounts for sure.

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Hey TST golfers,

I hope you don't mind me tagging along on this topic as I'm also seeking recommendations for setting up my home golf sim.

This week I acquired a barely used SkyTrak and need your help deciding on the ideal location for my home golf sim. In my first phase (1-2 years) I will only use an iPad or a movable TV on a tripod as the output.

Here are the options:

1. Second, detached garage: Some storage items will remain, limiting space but still viable.
2. Backyard with covered area: Takes advantage of the good weather in Vegas under the shade
3. Hallway with high ceiling: Convenient, but impact sound may startle the dog and I’d have to move part of the setup after each use.

I wonder where I would be using it the most and would be grateful for your thoughts and recommendations based on accessibility and practicality.
 

Nave

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4 hours ago, Nave said:

Hey TST golfers,

I hope you don't mind me tagging along on this topic as I'm also seeking recommendations for setting up my home golf sim.

This week I acquired a barely used SkyTrak and need your help deciding on the ideal location for my home golf sim. In my first phase (1-2 years) I will only use an iPad or a movable TV on a tripod as the output.

Here are the options:

1. Second, detached garage: Some storage items will remain, limiting space but still viable.
2. Backyard with covered area: Takes advantage of the good weather in Vegas under the shade
3. Hallway with high ceiling: Convenient, but impact sound may startle the dog and I’d have to move part of the setup after each use.

I wonder where I would be using it the most and would be grateful for your thoughts and recommendations based on accessibility and practicality.
 

What are the dimensions of the detached garage and outdoor covered area? Length width and height that you have available for sim purposes?

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4 hours ago, klineka said:

What are the dimensions of the detached garage and outdoor covered area?

Thanks for asking. Space is not an issue. The ceiling is high enough to comfortably swing a driver.

My main consideration is the location and which one I may end up using the most. 
I am leaning towards the outdoor setup as it is right by the kitchen, and I just need to slide the door open and I’ll be on the hitting mat.

Nave

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Today, I arranged my outdoor setup beneath the sheltered patio, utilizing the SkyTrak alongside the AlmostGolf practice balls. Experimenting with both genuine golf balls and the AlmostGolf variety, I observed nearly identical distances achieved within the simulator.

The sole drawback of my outdoor arrangement entails the repetitive task of transporting my golf clubs outdoors, a task rendered unnecessary had I opted for a garage setup instead.

Considered as the preliminary phase, I refer to this as 'iteration one' and plan to explore a more refined and advanced setup in the garage, possibly during the forthcoming winter season.

Nave

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