Imagine golfing and everything glows in the dark or golfing on a PGA course without leaving where you are. With advancements in golf technology, hotels and resorts are now able to give their guests the best of golf right on the property.
Computer-Controlled Golf. The Coeur d’Alene Golf & Spa Resort in Idaho houses the world’s only computer-controlled golf course. Along with the golf course, the golf carts have touch-screen GPS navigation unless going to the 14th hole, which is accessed only by speed boat.
Glow Golf. In Chicago, the Eaglewood Resort & Spa is decked in Glow Golf gear. Glow Golf allows for extra fun and a few extra twists for golfers of all skill levels. The 18-hole championship course includes glow golf balls, glow golf tees, glow flagsticks to mark the holes, and even some lighted holes. Each golfer also receives a glow necklace.
HD Golf. HD Golf is a hi-impact golf simulator designed to make the guests feel world-class. The simulator provides guests the opportunity to experience playing on famous golf courses and in golf tournaments and competitions against guests of other hotels via its cloud-based VIP Clubhouse. And when you’re not golfing, the simulator doubles as a presentation theatre.
Golf is a great amenity that benefits the business and the leisure traveler, and with new technology innovations, golf can widen its reach and appeal even more. Certainly seems like a worthy investment to give guests high-class fun.