I've always wanted a home, indoor golf simulator. Whenever I go to the local golf store to get fitted for a new set of clubs or take lessons during the winter months I hit into these things and geek out on club head speed, estimated distance, trajectory, spin rate, etc.
I began to wonder if I could put a simulator in my home. Something like this:
Turns out, the simulator pictured above is nearly $30,000. No way am I going to drop that amount of cash on something like this, but I began researching what a more DIY solution would be like. You can build one of these yourself for much, much cheaper than 30K if you're willing to get your hands dirty.
Going to use this topic to document all the materials I'm purchasing and work I'm doing in building my own home, indoor golf simulator.