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Copenhagen, Denmark–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TrackMan, the world’s leading developer of golf performance tracking technology and indoor golf simulators, today announced that the first-ever TRACKMAN INDOOR GOLF DAY event will be held on October 22, 2022 at select facilities powered by TrackMan in US, UK and Nordic countries. .

“TRACKMAN INDOOR GOLF DAY is a celebration of indoor play,” said Klaus Eldrup-Jørgensen, co-founder and CEO of TrackMan. “When I first played indoor golf many years ago I didn’t think it was a great experience, but we have worked hard to create a truly realistic and engaging indoor golf experience. We are delighted to welcome new players to experience all the joys of indoor golf for the first time, and to welcome back golfers who haven’t played indoors in a while to come see what they have missed.

The centerpiece of TrackMan’s indoor golf offering is Virtual Golf, which offers a realistic playing experience on highly detailed digital replicas of iconic courses such as Pebble Beach, the Old Course at St. Andrews and Valderrama. TrackMan has over 180 courses in its virtual library, with more arriving every month.

TrackMan also offers a variety of games including Bullseye, Hit It! and Magic Pond – which allow players of all ages and skill levels to enjoy indoor golf.

“We have partnered with many of our valued customers to create a concept to grow the game of indoor golf,” said Eldrup-Jørgensen. “The idea for an open house event came up and we are very pleased that so many of our indoor golf partners in the US, UK and Nordics have agreed to open their doors. customers who want to try indoor golf.

More than 220 TrackMan-powered facilities in the US, UK and Nordics will participate in TRACKMAN INDOOR GOLF DAY this year. Each location will plan and promote its own event, so dates may vary. TrackMan recommends visiting the TrackMan Indoor Golf Day website to find the nearest facility, then contacting them directly to inquire about registration and planned activities.


TrackMan is based in Denmark. Its patented dual radar technology is trusted by top touring professionals, amateur golfers, coaches, equipment manufacturers and club fitters for providing ultra-accurate data on virtually every aspect of club movement and ball flight.

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