Malvern’s indoor golf simulator Play-a-Round Golf is the perfect place for professionals to prepare for the U.S. Open or other championships, or rookies to be introduced to the world of golf writes Gina Lizzo for Main Line Today.
After spending over 30 years in corporate America, Steve Graves opened the entertainment venue in 2006, and later brought one in Ardmore.
In an age of virtual reality, the aboutGolf simulators live up to standards. With accurate calculations of spins and on-screen ball flights, guests have access to stats that they otherwise wouldn’t get on a tangible field, such as club speed average, club path, smash factor, and launch. Data from the post-game scorecard can synch up to an app on guest’s phones.
There are over 80 courses for players to choose from, including a Tuscan Reserve or a Pebble Beach. The simulators also offer tic-tac-toe, cornhole, and darts.
Read more about the Malvern Play-a-Round Golf simulator in Main Line Today.