FULL SWING’S S4 SIMULATOR
There are a host of companies that make and market golf simulators. Yet when your technology can be found in the private homes of PGA Tour players such as Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods and Hunter Mahan,
any new development is worth a look. San Diego-based Full Swing
Golf recently debuted its S4 simulator, a lower price-point model
based on the same platform as the company’s S8 version. The system uses Full Swing’s infrared/ion2 ball-tracking technology to record launch angle, speed, spin rate and trajectory. It also offers an
indoor golf center enclosure, plus the ability to play simulated
rounds on more than 90 championship courses. The S4 is expected
to have a starting price of $25,900—$15,000 less than Full Swing’s
current least-expensive model, the S8, which sells for $40,900.
—E. Michael Johnson On the tee: The S4 simulator lets you analyze your swing and play dozens of courses.