HomeCourse Pro Screen
HomeCourse™ Pro Screen
Includes retractable screen/enclosure, ceiling mount kit, charging cable, remote control, and easy reach pole. Compatible with OptiShot2 and BallFlight Simulator.
The HomeCourse Pro Screen lets you use a real golf ball — worry-free — when playing or practicing indoors. The Sky Net and Pro Arms create a three-sided, topped enclosure to help contain errant shots or sh**ks (we dare not say it) – protecting you, your space, and everyone in it. And with the included Pro Arm Extender tool, you can easily fold out both or one of the enclosure’s sides (and close one for righties or lefties). When you’re done, the sides fold right back in.
Get your room back. Don’t have the dedicated space for a virtual golf practice setup? No sweat — HomeCouse® Pro Screen is fully retractable. Tap the included wireless remote and in less than thirty seconds you — or your significant other — have got the room back. (Although, if you can get away with a golf enclosure as a permanent fixture in your living room, we salute you.)
Play your favorite course. Get the full experience of a virtual round of solo golf, or get competitive with your buddies and family, all for a fraction of the cost of other professional‑caliber stand-alone simulators when you combine HomeCouse® Pro Screen with a projector + golf simulator. The ProScreen 180’s Pro Arm side nets can be extended to create an ultra-wide 14ft projectable area — ideal for projectors that cast a 16:9 ratio.
No messy cables, ever.
A powerful lithium-ion battery and a fully wireless design make the HomeCouse® Golf ProScreen 180 sleek as ever. Operating for months on a single charge, the wireless screen retracts with one touch from its — also wireless — remote.
HomeCourse® is made to fit your space.
Mount it on your ceiling, wall, or on our Pro Rack. All you need is 8 feet of clearance and the mounting option that works best for you.
Dimensions & Requirements
The HomeCouse® Pro Screen must be installed at approximately 8 1/2 feet from the floor. It’s okay to have a little bit of slack so the ball can roll towards you after you hit it. You can stand as close to the screen as you can where your club won’t hit the ballistic-grade screen or anything behind you (we recommend 10 to 12 feet front to back). Choose a mounting option and you can turn virtually any space that’s 8’ 6" H x 10’ W x 8’ D into a home golf experience.