Shop Indoor Golf has introduced its SIGPRO golf simulator flooring. The SIGPRO kit combines an embedded hitting strip for full swing shots surrounded by a putting green with four cups for dialing in short-game shots. According to the company, it is the perfect two-in-one flooring for golf simulators installed in tight spaces, conserving space by reducing the footprint of the embedded hitting strip and maximizing the putting and chipping surface. It’s currently available in two sizes designed to pair with Shop Indoor Golf’s SIG10 and SIG12 golf simulator enclosures, or it can be customized to fit.
“Golfers want to have the ability to work on their swing and short game when at home, but due to space constraints, they’re often limited to practicing one or the other, not both,” says Rene Delgado, founder and president at Shop Indoor Golf. “Most home golf setups consist of a hitting mat paired with either a golf net or a golf screen and, if space allows, a separate putting green. SIGPRO golf simulator flooring eliminates the need for a separate area by combining the hitting surface with the putting green, allowing for a two-in-one solution that maximizes existing space. No corners were cut, and no expenses were spared in creating this flooring solution — and best of all, it’s completely American-made. It truly takes your golf sim game to the next level.”
Designed with Shop Indoor Golf’s SIG proprietary blend of tee line turf, SIGPRO flooring is a putting surface that is designed for those seeking the clean, professional look of a custom install in an easy-to-assemble kit. It is available in two sizes: the SIG10, measuring 11 feet, 7 inches wide by 15 feet, 6 inches deep by 2.375 inches high, and the SIG12, measuring 13 feet, 6 inches wide by 15 fee, 6 inches deep by 2.375 inches high. The turf is specially engineered to take a tee, so golfers can practice how they play, and it is comfortable enough to hit on every day without causing injury or turf shock. The durable turf density can withstand repetitive, everyday use and impact. Also, the hitting strip can easily be swapped out, allowing golfers to upgrade without replacing the whole setup.
The SIGPRO simulator flooring is built on 2-inch-thick interlocking panels that are paired with Shop Indoor Golf’s 3/8-inch putting turf. Combined, this creates an allowance that’s just under 2.5 inches of drop into the cup. The panels and turf also work together to absorb and disperse energy from a golf ball being chipped onto the surface. As a result, golfers can practice effectively with golf course-like conditions. In addition, players can create any putting scenario — left to right, right to left, uphill, or downhill putts — with Shop Indoor Golf’s undulations kit add-ons. The putting surface rolls between a nine and 10 pace on the Stimpmeter for consistent putting performance.
For more information, visit ShopIndoorGolf.com.