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At Virtual Tee, we know that golf enthusiasts are always looking for ways to improve their game and stay connected to their favorite sport. With the advancements in technology, owning an at-home virtual golf simulator has become more accessible and popular. In this blog, we will explore a few key benefits of having a virtual golf simulator in the comfort of your own home. Keep reading to learn more, then get a quote for your golf simulator from Virtual Tee today!

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Investing in a virtual golf simulator system from Virtual Tee for your home or business is an exciting decision that can bring the joy of golfing indoors. However, it's essential to ensure that the installation process is seamless and efficient to maximize your simulator's performance. Hiring a professional for the installation may seem like an added expense, but it offers several advantages that make it worth every penny. Below we’re breaking down a handful of compelling reasons why you should have Virtual Tee to install your new virtual golf simulator system. Keep reading, then get a quote today!

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Welcome back! You’ve reached Part 2 of our comparison of simulator golf and traditional golf on the environment. If you weren’t keeping score at home sim golf is currently up 2 – 0 or 2 – nil if you’re a European football fan. If you missed Part 1 sim golf took the lead with easy victories in space requirements and water usage. I have a feeling that the lead will continue to grow.


Like I said, an easy victory here. We don’t need thousands of pounds of pesticides to keep our courses green and lush. There's no need to keep weeds, pesky rodents, and insects at bay. In fact, I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that we don’t use any. Without doing any research, I’m willing to make an official statement on this.

It's worth noting that the US is the biggest user of pesticides. Canada and European countries have much more stringent laws and, thus, have a better track record. Not perfect, but better. The negative effects of pesticides on the land, ground and drinking water, and even the golfers themselves are well-documented. Maybe stop...

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Is there anything more enchanting than a beautiful golf course? From Pebble Beach to Augusta to Whistling Straits, the list goes on. Golf courses carved into the forest, in the heart of the desert, or on the water’s edge - there's something for everyone. These immaculately maintained courses bend nature to the will of man, but it's easy to overlook the tremendous resources required to build and maintain them. From human and natural resources to economic and spatial considerations, the environmental impact of golf courses can be significant, especially depending on their location. Let’s compare the environmental impact of traditional golf courses with that of simulator golf.


The average American golf course consumes an astounding 312,000 gallons of water per day. In Palm Springs, where there are 57 golf courses in the Colorado Desert, each course uses approximately one million gallons of water per day. While these figures are difficult to comprehend, at least for me, they highlight the significant water usage of traditional golf courses. By way...

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This is the second installment of The Perks of Sim Golf. In the first installment, we covered how much of a time-saver sim golf is compared to traditional golf, and how that will directly affect your sex life in a positive way. We will continue to focus on the positives of sim golf because, well, we have an agenda. Sim golf is here to stay, folks. Don’t fight it, embrace it.

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There’s a day that finally works for you and your buddies, and against all odds, you snag the first tee time of the day. But wouldn’t it be your luck that you get rained out? The planning, anticipation, the shit talking in the group chat, all for nothing. Which brings me to my first point. I’ve never encountered adverse weather in the golf simulator. I dictate the weather conditions. I’m the master of my dominion. No need to bring your rain gear, ruin that brand new glove you just unwrapped, get your white shoes all dirty, and then find out those waterproof shoes aren’t quite as waterproof as you were hoping. Or, in my case, no more battling the sun on those...


Hello fellow sim golf enthusiasts and especially those of you on the fence who need a little extra nudge. This article may just be for you. Are you trying to justify making the investment of putting a golf simulator in your home? Is your spouse, partner, or whoever their preferred pronoun is, resistant towards the idea? I’m here for you, friend. Can I call you a friend? Is it too soon? We can define our relationship later, but for now, just know that I’m on your side. I’m an ally, and together, we are going to wear down the hesitancies that you may have or simply erode your loved ones until they cave. They may resent you for a bit, but I promise this will pass. And who will have a golf simulator? That’s right, you will! Over the next several weeks, I will outline the perks and benefits of sim golf because I’m a giver, and I’m here for you.


Ah, time, our most valuable commodity. There are only so many golfable hours in the day. And for many, golf is not the top priority. I’m not saying that’s right, but we all make choices in life. To each their own. We have...


There comes a time, for most of us anyways, when nature dictates it’s time to put the sticks away and that the golf season is done. You don’t get a vote, it’s just over. And some of us are ready for that break and have families we need to attend to. For me, and I don’t think I’m alone here, I wasn’t ready to be done. I was more than fine to keep neglecting my family and continue golfing. I was tired of working on my game during the “normal” golf season months, putting by clubs away for the long winter, and then just hoping I had any semblance of a golf game when next season began. Or worse yet, going on the annual guys winter golf trip and getting beat by Carl. Screw you Carl, you had one fortunate week eight years ago. No one likes you, Carl.

This is why I play sim golf. Not directly because of Carl, but not not because of Carl. Here I am, stuck inside watching the PGA tour play in all these warm tropical climates and it’s hard not to get the itch and growing resentment towards these guys. Maybe I could’ve been on the tour if I had started at a younger age, had the...