Golf is a centuries-old sport played on grass undergoing unprecedented growth and development.
With the introduction of digital technology, golf training has undergone significant transformations. Finally, here’s the missing link, completing the transition into the new age.
We will highlight the history of golf-hitting mats and explore its latest development.
In the early era of hitting mats, pro golfer Lee Trevino remarked, “Range mats have ruined the game of golf.”
Golfers from his generation, including Palmer, Nicklaus, and Player, grew up learning to play the game on grass, a luxury few city dwellers enjoy nowadays.Golf enthusiasts understand that consistent practice is crucial to improving their game. However, using artificial hitting mats has always been an issue for better players. The best, including the tour pros, will never touch them. This problem is even more pressing nowadays due to the increasing number of golfers, particularly beginners, who start or continue with outdated technology and get stuck there.
The personal-use consumer version of our product has received a 4.5-star rating on Amazon and is now sold worldwide. We are producing a new commercial version to cater to a broader audience. We will be shipping both the personal and commercial versions simultaneously. The personal version can be ordered today.
Golf has continued to evolve while commercial hitting mats have just now caught up.
Science and experience have provided a ‘practice the way you play’ solution to fulfill the current and coming needs.
- Expanding FairwayPro from the personal to a commercial market will put those city-dweller golfers before advanced, proven technology. By practicing and learning with this science-backed reactive technology, golfers will score like never before.
- This is because the turf slides forward during the split-second of ball contact, giving way just like natural grass. The golfers win by engaging with this new technology, and golf wins by endorsing and implementing this innovation.
This ensures that practice and play are consistent and complementary, offering a new level of ball contact realism and accuracy.
The FairwayPro commercial hitting mat is available in two versions – an outdoor, weather-protected, and an indoor, ideal for simulators, with an artificial bunker sand-hitting module.
The science we use to design our divot simulator, helps golfers improve their ball flight, accuracy, and backspin.
We compared our product to what happens when the club strikes the ball on natural grass in that fraction of a second.
- When the ball is struck first in a downward blow on natural grass, it creates a divot or a rip on the turf that forces the ball to slide up the surface of the club face, creating a backspin. This backspin is generated by the horizontal grooves present on the club face.
- On FairwayPro, the turf also slides forward, creating the same ball reaction and allowing golfers to shape their ball flight and stop the ball on the green, just like hitting off natural grass.
This closes the glaring gap between practice and play and changes the game of golf.
The FairwayPro Hitting Mat Advantage.
No upfront payment is required to pre-order your factory-direct FairwayPro today.
Choose between two commercial versions of our product.
Not only will you receive factory direct pricing on your future purchases as a golf business, but you will also receive these benefits, including:
- Staff training video and maintenance essentials
- Awareness on-site slow-motion looping video showing how and why this high-tech solution works
- Inexpensive replaceable pre-cut hitting turf that attaches in minutes
- Our quick response team is always available to help
Click below to pre-order either the full-size commercial version or the personal version.
From there, commercial version pricing will be displayed based on business category. The personal portable version special pre-order pricing is also displayed in the shop.
Please complete the information below for golf businesses, and we’ll provide a demo test unit for evaluation.
FairwayPro’s divot science provides a viable alternative for golf practice where grass is unavailable.
FairwayPro Commercial Business Program
With our low-cost factory-direct program loaded with valuable benefits, you can integrate the introduction of FairwayPro at your own pace with this unique program.
For golf courses, driving ranges, simulator makers, and more, we can help you get ahead of the competition. We’d like to give you a competitive edge.
You understand the importance of experiencing new technology firsthand as a golf company. That’s why we offer a demo unit to you and your team.
If interested, please message us, and we’ll send you the demo unit. We consider you a valued potential customer and are excited to have you evaluate the technology.
We’re ready to answer any questions about the program and provide details on how FairwayPro can be implemented to meet your needs.
Please send us a note if you have any questions or would like to receive more information.
The Original FairwayPro Divot Simulator
By simply watching how FairwayPro responds when impacted by the ball being struck,
and comparing that, side-by-side, to a pro golfer shot taking a perfect divot
— there is nothing more that needs to be said on that score!
New Technology – Durability – Media
ANIMATION OF FUNCTIONAL SOLUTION
TESTED TO ONE MILLION POUNDING STROKS
NBC SPORTS DURING ACCENTURE MATCH PLAY
Sales Materials And Marketing Background – Consumer Version
FairwayPro retail packaging.
Sold at the largest golf retail store in the U.S.
FairwayPro sold at golf course pro shops around the world.
Retail sales at Anaheim, CA Roger Dunn Sporting Goods (above) and sold at Dick’s Sporting Goods.
FairwayPro international trade show exhibit at consumer golf show in Beijing, China.
FairwayPro event handout.
FairwayPro distributer marketing example.
Analysis of the number of golf courses and driving ranges today and the specific number in each country. The research was conducted to fully understand the global market size and distribution in each market location.