Build Your Dream Home Simulator With Rain Or Shine Golf

Build Your Dream Home Simulator With Rain Or Shine Golf

Every golfer, regardless of skill level or aspirations, wants a home golf simulator.  Somewhere they can take refuge after a hard day at work or privately squeeze in some practice swings.  The problem is identifying your space requirements and what system is best for you is a very daunting task. 

A quick internet search for “home golf simulator” reveals thousands of results that millions of different systems, combinations, and setups that may or may not be best suited for you and your space constraints and budget.

Rain or Shine Golf is a leading, online retailer for all your golf simulator needs: launch monitors, hitting mats and bays, projectors, etc.  But where other retailers have countless products listed on their website with brief descriptions, Rain or Shine Golf is committed to making itself available to customers to walk with them every step of the way through a potential home simulator build.

Stated differently, Rain or Shine is the home simulator consultant you always wished you had.

I have a perfect spot in my garage for a simulator: tall ceilings, wide room, plenty of length to hit a ball. If I close my eyes, I can see it.  The problem is I have no idea what would actually work in my space and what pieces I need.

That’s why Rain or Shine is there, and they swooped in to save the day.  My initial phone call with Rain or Shine consisted of me describing what I’d like out of a home simulator (serious practice to reinforce my lessons, but also with some on course simulation and challenges so I can entertain and enjoy with friends), the space I was contemplating, and my budget. 

At the conclusion of my call, Rain or Shine asked for some measurements of the proposed space and to give them a couple days to get back to me with some potential setups.

As promised, Rain or Shine quickly responded and explained that the FlightScope Mevo+ with a quality hitting mat would be the perfect combination to get me off the ground. 

The Mevo+ strikes that perfect balance between serious, accurate practice device and fun toy to share with friends, and can be used indoors and outdoors. Additionally, the Mevo+ doesn’t require a high power (see: big additional expense) gaming computer to run everything, just a smartphone with the FlightScope app.

Combined with the SwingTurf Golf Mat, which provides a fairway-like feel and, therefore, doesn’t beat up your joints, I was able to practice with every club in my bag, from driver to wedges and obtain accurate data on my ball flight, and stay loose in between trips to the course while playing each of the 5 simulated courses.

Additionally, the Mevo+ and hitting mat combination also left the door open for future upgrades, including a projector to enhance the simulation experience, which Rain or Shine was ready to help spec out.

A few days after everything was delivered, Rain or Shine followed up to make sure I wasn’t having any problems.  And thanks to their time and help upfront to guide me through what was the right setup, everything worked perfectly right out of the box.

Building a home simulator can be a very exciting, intimidating, and costly endeavor. Fortunately, Rain or Shine Golf is there to walk you through every possibility, regardless if your budget is $500 or $50,000 and if you’re looking for a permanent install (like a TruGolf system) or something portable that can be used in your backyard, garage, and/or on the driving range (like the FlightScope Mevo+).

I cannot recommend Rain or Shine enough and suggest that you contact them for feedback before pulling the trigger on a launch monitor or complementing accessories.

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