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Ace Indoor Golf leading the charge for indoor golf

The TGL Golf League is also getting in on the craze with primetime coverage on ESPN. Add to that, Straights Research projected the business to be worth 3.2B by 2031 and grow at at a CAGR of 9.2%.


Ace Indoor Golf is in the action as we provide the technology for consumers to play the game.



There is an interest in indoor golf. With golfers and non-golfers flocking to centers nationwide to tee off, enjoy a beer, and savor comfort food in a climate-controlled environment. Now, simulator golf is going prime time with the TGL Indoor Golf League, where PGA Tour stars compete in a tech-infused indoor golf league featuring a virtual course and a physical putting green, broadcast live in primetime.


A recent report by Straits Research valued the golf simulator market at $1.485 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach $3.2 billion by 2031, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 9.2%. Golf Simulators are not just for commercial businesses or the rich and famous anymore.


According to Jay Hubbard, Director of Marketing and E-commerce at Ace Indoor Golf, a leading golf simulator designer, retailer, and installer, “The simulator space has been dramatically expanding and becoming more affordable in the last ten years thanks to technological advance. When combined with market competition, home golf simulators are becoming more affordable as manufactures race to the bottom on price. This past May, Rapsodo introduced a $699 portable golf simulator with access to 30,000+ golf courses. A far cry from $20,000 plus launch monitors.


Indoor golf is booming in both commercial and residential settings. Golf food and entertainment businesses like 5-Iron Golf, X-Golf, and Topgolf Swing Suite are seeing tremendous growth. Topgolf's indoor suites have gone from 29 locations in 2019 to 131 locations in September 2023 alone! Simulator golf is also becoming increasingly popular in residential settings. In fact, according to the National Golf Foundation, there were a record setting 15.5 million participants who exclusively participated in off-course golf activities at venues like Top Golf. Participation numbers like this are driving condominiums and apartment buildings to include golf simulators as a perk for their tenants.


Here are some of the reasons why indoor golf is so popular. First, It's convenient. You can play indoor golf any time of day, any time of year, regardless of the weather. Second, it's accessible. Indoor golf is suitable for people of all skill levels, from beginners to experienced golfers. Add drinks and food and it is also less intimidating to new golfers than a traditional golf course experience. Third, it's fun. Indoor golf is a great way to socialize with friends and family, or to enjoy a competitive game. And last, it's a good workout. Golf is a low-impact sport that's easy on the joints. It's also a great way to burn calories and improve your cardiovascular health.


All this interest in indoor golf has driven explosive growth in recent years at Ace Indoor Golf, thanks partly to the increasing popularity of home golf simulators. The company designs, sells, installs golf simulators for homes and businesses and works with prominent golf retailers like PGA Tour Superstores, Worldwide Golf, and 5-Iron Golf. The company offers turnkey, custom-designed, and installed solutions throughout the U.S. and “Do-It-Yourself” (DIY), off-the-shelf packages that fit golfers’ needs at every price point.


According to Hubbard, “With the release of the Rapsodo MLM2 Pro launch monitor, golfers can now get reliable swing metrics and golf course play simulation that includes a hitting enclosure, projector, stance mat, and software for under $7,000.”


One of the critical reasons for Ace Indoor Golf's success is its commitment to customer service. The company's trusted experts offer industry-leading expertise that helps golfers find the perfect simulator for their needs.


Trevor Faust, Ace Indoor Golf’s president, has some excellent advice for golfers looking to put a simulator in their home. “For the DIYer, take your time, do the necessary research, and ask a lot of questions to be sure all of your components will work together correctly. The launch monitor, computer, hitting bay, projector, and screen must work together to provide a safe and enjoyable golf experience. Last, if your skills aren’t in building and technology, I’d suggest hiring a professional installer to prevent mistakes in your simulator setup that can cost you thousands of dollars.”


The combination of consumer interest, affordability, and technological improvements has made simulator golf more popular than ever. Are you looking to install a residential or commercial golf simulator? Ace Indoor Golf offers a variety of options and brands to accommodate every need. For more information, visit aceindoorgolf.com or call (888) 517-3398.


Ace Indoor Golf is unsurpassed in the golf industry when it comes to building, designing, and installing golf simulator hardware and technology. The company offers expert turnkey sales and service solutions for consumers or businesses looking to create the ultimate indoor golf experience. Ace brings its clients over two decades of simulator builds and installation expertise, and the company founders have installed 1,000s of simulators in commercial and residential markets. By representing multiple manufacturers, Ace Indoor Golf can customize products to meet customers’ specific needs.

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