GOLFTEC Hawaii unveils a brand new virtual reality cove at its Honolulu facility

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – For 15 years, GOLFTEC Hawaii has been helping local golfers hone their skills here on the islands and is now adding a brand new virtual reality cove to further enhance the experience.

“So that our students can come here frustrated with their game, we help them better understand their swing, help them figure out what they’re good at, what they’re not doing so well, and create a customized game plan for them around their golf goals reach.” Center manager Jason Deigert told Hawaii News Now.

Using the latest tracking technology, GOLFTEC Hawaii offers instruction and practice sessions at one of their four training bays.

Now adding the brand’s virtual reality cove, giving guests the chance to play some of the best golf courses in the world from the comfort of their air-conditioned space.

The idea of ​​an expansion had been in the works for many years before but the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated their plans as interest in the sport has surged over the past two years.

“We’ve talked about expanding before, but[the pandemic]has really boosted our operations here and the demand for more space,” Deigert said. “This gave us the opportunity to expand at our current location and build another teaching and practice course as well as this new virtual golf course.”

Access to this facility allows players to work on their game down to the smallest detail.

“So that’s good, very nice and cool, beautiful place.” Customer Izumi Motoyama said.

To schedule a tee time at Virtual Reality Golf Bay, contact the Virtual Golf Coordinator at (808)-694-0473.

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