Golf Inc. Magazine names the product the year’s ‘Most Innovative And Exciting New Tech Offering 

CHANTILLY, Virginia – Golfzon, the world leader in golf simulator market share, announces its premium TwoVision simulator was recognized by Golf Inc. magazine as one of the 10 most innovative and exciting new offerings of the year, as highlighted in the  inaugural “Golf Tech Awards” from the November/December edition of the publication.

The Golf Inc. editorial staff selected the winners from a list of entries that included products and services from all corners of the golf industry. This included data management and club operations software, electric walking carts, training aids and more. 

The editors reviewed nominations and narrowed the field down to what they felt were the 10 most innovative entries.

The outlet cited TwoVision’s technological differentiators, such as a 24-direction hydraulic moving swing plate and high-speed sensors to capture club/ball data, as reasons for its selection. Also highlighted was Golfzon’s innovative network play mode for tournaments/leagues, which connects golfers from around the globe and allows them to compete live against one another. 

“Golf Inc. is among the most trusted and respected publications in the golf industry and this honor further validates our reputation as the world’s leading simulator manufacturer,” says Tommy Lim, Golfzon America CEO. “TwoVision is a landmark product offering, as our cutting-edge technology is helping golfers of all skill levels play, practice and enjoy the game of golf in a fun, stress free and incredibly realistic environment.”

Golfzon has established its well-respected global reputation thanks to industry-leading technology and an ability for golfers to compete against one another from all over the world. There are a variety of game modes and a course library of more than 200+ courses available for TwoVision. 

The user experience is further complemented by the newly renovated Golfzon app that tracks scores, provides swing replays and more.

The system’s innovative features make TwoVision the perfect option for entrepreneurs looking to capitalize on golf’s current popularity, especially the massive uptick in off-course participation. According to the National Golf Foundation, off-course facilities drew more than 12 million golfers in 2020, a trend that is continuing to grow as more new players are exposed to the game. 

Part of this explosion in participation is due to bars, restaurants and specialty facilities investing in simulators as a stress-free, fun and accessible way for golfers of all abilities to experience the sport in a comfortable environment.

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