Virtual indoor golf conquers PC
September 22, 2008
Nr 1 golf simulator company introduces new game ProTee
Play Virtual indoor golf conquers PC
World’s number 1 indoor golf simulator company ProTee United boosts virtual indoor golf by launching ProTee Play. This advanced computer game enables golfers and gamers from all over the world to play indoor golf behind their PC on international 3D golf courses.
By using Internet or other computer networks several players can play online against each other. Further more it’s possible to play single or against the computer. The golf club can be operated through a mouse or joystick. The game, being very realistic, approaches real life golf, offering the same possibilities as a golf simulator. End of this year ProTee United will introduce various supplementary packages including an advanced sensor system, allowing players to build their own indoor golf simulator at home. Next year the company will present a version which can be played on the popular Wii game computer.
This game makes it possible to play a lifelike game of golf, configuring weather or course conditions, choosing your favourite golf clubs, playing or chatting online and explore a golf course. The 3D golf courses are designed very realistic with bridges en streamlets in the landscape”, ProTee United president and CEO D. van Drie says. The game includes 20 international golf courses. Additional software includes 50 more world famous courses, which can be downloaded online. ProTee Play is available in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.
ProTee United is the world’s biggest supplier of indoor golf simulators and is one of the companies involved in building the world’s largest Indoor Golf Arena in the Netherlands. ,,Indoor golf is growing more popular all over the world. ProTee Play allows everybody to play golf on their own computer, both gamers, pro and amateur golfers. With this game we introduce indoor golf to gamers and computer games to golfers, making them both enthusiastic. It allows people to play golf with someone at the other end of the world on the world’s most famous golf courses”, Van Drie states.