Seven-bay aG Max to be featured in PGA Professional instruction
SEATTLE (Feb. 5, 2021) – aboutGOLF, the world’s most authentic and accurate indoor golf and entertainment platform, has announced that the PGA Education Center has chosen the aG Max for its future headquarters in Frisco, Texas.
The aG Max is aboutGOLF’s multi-bay simulator. The installation, scheduled to begin construction in 2021, will be the largest single-screen simulator in the world, measuring over seventy feet from end to end.
It will include aG Balance to measure the distribution of weight during a golfer’s swing and aG Flix, an integrated camera system that captures a golfer’s swing from multiple angles.
aG Max allows for simultaneous play in a single environment. Driving ranges are displayed as a continuous playing area that is shared across all seven bays. Golfers may hit the ball toward their own targets or common targets in adjacent bays for exciting head to head gaming.
aboutGOLF driving ranges are rendered in 3D, which means they boast the ability to open the environment to a wider view without warping or stretching the image.
“We are very proud to have been chosen by the PGA Education Center to play a part in the instruction of over 27,000 PGA Professionals. We’re excited to build on this relationship and optimize aboutGOLF’s platform for their training system,” said Brett Campbell, CEO of aboutGOLF.
“Simulators have come a long way since aboutGOLF pioneered the industry 20 years ago, and we’ve managed to stay on the cutting edge with our multi-bay simulator.”
aG Max uses the same machine vision system found in every aboutGOLF premium simulator. 3Trak stereo vision uses a high rate of image capture to accurately determine the 3D location of the ball in flight. This allows a precise measurement spin rate and orientation, which is the source of aboutGOLF’s authentic golfing experience.