“Optishot Golf” is a $500 simulator that fits in a briefcase and connects with a computer to analyze your swing. Videos and still shots from world-famous courses are projected onto whatever wall you happen to have handy. You can play alone or with two to four companions.
You put the ball on a small pad and as you swing a camera analyzes your style. You use your own clubs to hit real or foam golf balls on a bit of replaceable turf while you watch high definition video on the computer or project it on to a big screen.
It comes with fifteen golf courses ready to display and you can add more for more money. (Naturally.) The latest course to be replicated is the “Old Scot,” a legendary course and the oldest one in the world.