The World Leader in Automated Golf Driving Range Equipment
Since 1993 we have been maximizing golf driving range revenue and enhancing the golfers practice experience with our unique and dependable line of golf driving range equipment. We specialize in Automatic Tee-Up systems, Ball Dispensers, Elevators, Washer/Dryers, Conveyors, TrackTee Bay Dividers and Range Management Software. Please feel free to visit one of our many driving ranges. See why we are partners with the most successful driving ranges in the world.
Taking your range to the Top
Our customers place in the top 100 of must visit venues year after year. To give you an idea of this success, the Des Plaines Golf Center, Chelsea Piers Sports Complex and theSwing generate millions of dollars in revenue each year with our equipment.
Ask anyone who operates or practices at our driving ranges and you will find that our products are in demand. Specifically for their: quality, reliability and ease of operation while providing a relaxed and productive practice experience.
Our goal is to provide a solid increase in sales and customer satisfaction for every driving range throughout the world. So if you have a great driving range concept or own a small/large facility give us a call today.
Outdoors, Indoors, even a Yacht
We also work with those who desire all the benefits our equipment has to offer. Such as a custom Auto-Tee system on the Super Yacht Lady Lola.
In addition, you could build a custom indoor simulator system that eliminates the hassle of retrieving the golf ball.
Please call or send us an email and discover what we can do for you!
See what our customers say…
Libertyville Sports Complex – There’s a market for people who want to practice year-round, 1 million balls were hit from the automated stations from August 2002 through February 2003. And the numbers are going up: 97,000 golf balls in January; doubling to 204,000 in February, and then nearly doubling again to 404,000 in March. One of the basics of golf is the stance, the grip. If you’re not bending over to place the ball on the tee, it’s easier to get those things down. That can really help the beginning golfer. This wasn’t something we had anticipated, but from talking to our golfers, the benefits are pretty clear.”
Randy Reopelle – Director of Parks and Recreation Libertyville, IL