Breath new life into your facility
Golfers impression of your driving range is usually judged on the appearance and performance of your practice area.
TrueStrike Driving Range Mats offer a first class professional look and feel to your facility. Along with providing the feel of a fairway, giving your golfers an outstanding experience at your facility.
Broaden Your Appeal
Are you making the most of your golf facilities all year round?
Do your golfers stop coming due to poor playing surfaces in the winter months?
Is your driving range looking for a cost effective ball automation solution?
Are your tees and greens time consuming and costly to maintain?
Installing TrueStrike golf hitting mats can increase your customer base / footfall of competent committed golfers, as there overall practice experience will be far more realistic enabling the golfer to see a true representation of the shot played. For every 100 customers who visit your facility there is an untapped market of 100 competent and committed golfers who do not go to driving ranges as they prefer NOT to practice on standard range mats.
If you are considering ball automation for your facility, TrueStrike golf mats in combination with an auto tee up system offers your customers without a doubt the most comprehensive solution available today. Ball automatic teeing systems are beneficial because they can increase ball sales, as golfers can hit more balls in any one period. Therefore the continuous bending over and teeing up balls has been eliminated, allowing for competent committed golfers to practice longer and more frequently, even through the off seasons winter months if they can find a suitable place to practice.
Suggested TrueStrike Configurations
TrueStrike driving range mats have a “ruckable” top surface and a gel-filled divot simulating subsurface which accurately recreates the effects of playing off a natural fairway by allowing the club head to play through the playing surface as it would on turf. TrueStrike’s forgiving strike surface and divot simulating subsurface mean that the shock and vibration associated with hitting from traditional mats is substantially reduced. Rather than the vibration caused at impact traveling up the club shaft and into the arm of the user, as on a traditional golf mat, it is absorbed into the gel pad below the strike surface.