Agreed. I built it with a simulator in mind but kind of want to expand on that some now. I have all the wood working tools needed to build whatever, so that should be an issue. I actually have a friend that has a pretty big putting setup that he hasn't used in years. I am going to try and buy that from him.
I can, yes. I just threw this together really quickly at work. I'll work on that at lunch
Haha...I only did that so when I was explaining things within my verbiage, it would make it easier than saying "the top right hand corner."
@TN94z since it is such a simple drawing could you add labels to where things are like the drain and the television and post it as an embedded image.
I don’t think anyone had any trouble imagining a rectangle divided into four equally sized rectangles. 🙂
Unfortunately, I have walked off before. I have usually only done this if I feel that something in my swing is way off and I do not feel like I can get it back on track. These were just casual rounds and we are members so it's not a big deal for me to walk off. If I am paying to play 18 at a different course or something, I will stick it out and just play whatever game I have because I am a tightwad with my money...haha
That's tons of space. I would definitely use one area for a full swing bay. Get a good mat and a net. You should have enough room for a Mevo+ to get good readings.
I would then set up a short game area in the other spot. You could buy or make a pretty large putting green. If you get another mat, you can do some chips and pitches in that area in addition to putting.