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Practice your swing at home with this golf simulator

Enjoy a truly realistic golfing experience in the comfort of your own home or office with PhiGolf
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01.26.20
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It can't always be golf season—Mother Nature makes sure of that. Whether it's the freezing chill of winter or the occasional shower in the spring, the weather isn't always ideal for hitting the links, but that shouldn't stop you from working on your golf swing. This PhiGolf simulator goes far beyond what today's video games offer and lets you enjoy a truly immersive golfing experience in the comfort of your own home or office.

Right now, you can get it for just $249.

Whether you're a pro golfer who wants to stay on top of your skills when you can't make it to the fairway or a novice who wants to get a feel for the game, this realistic simulator will provide hours of entertainment for current and future golf-lovers.

With a state-of-the-art sensor that can perfectly trace the nuances of your swing, this simulator delivers a surprisingly realistic feel in a package that's small enough to toss in your bag at a moment's notice.

You'll be able to engage in multiplayer tournaments with friends and family, and it's possible to play for up to four hours on a single charge—making the PhiGolf perfect for trips away from an outlet.

Treat yourself to an immersive and realistic golfing experience anywhere, any time with the PhiGolf: Mobile & Home Smart Golf Simulator with Swing Stick pack for just $249 for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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