Get your dad one of the best golf simulators on the market


Grab this golf sim for Father's Day soon!
This golf simulator is a perfect Father's Day gift.
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The best Father’s Day gifts serve as a creative way to let the dad in your life do something he loves. This Father’s Day, you can give the gift of a complete golf experience that he doesn’t have to travel for — or even put on shoes!

The SLX MicroSim is a realistic golf simulator that can help him get in a few rounds without ever leaving the house. During our Father’s Day Sale, it’s is on sale for $189.99 (regularly $204).

A realistic golf simulator

This home golf micro-simulator works by clipping directly to real golf clubs and connecting to the simulator app. After the custom calibration process tunes the simulator based on individual swing characteristics, it’s time to play. Users can mirror the app to a smart TV to enjoy a full-room golf simulation experience that lets them move and swing as naturally as they would on the course.

The SLX MicroSim is a fantastic golf simulator for getting a few holes in during bad weather or practicing before meeting with tee buddies. It’s surprisingly convenient to step out of the kitchen and into a lifelike golf simulation.

It’s especially great for dads with young children. One reviewer discovered, “With having a toddler interested in what I’m doing and wanting to be involved with golf stuff, this is better for me than having a trackman because I can just move around him while playing 18 in the computer room!”

Kids might get interested in golf without actually bringing them to the golf course!

Save on SLX MicroSim

Let your dad hit the links without hitting the road. Get the SLX MicroSim home golf simulator for $189.99 (regularly $204) during our Father’s Day Sale — no coupon code needed.

Prices subject to change.


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