SIOUX FALLS, S.D., Jan. 13, 2015 -- Virtual Green by Golf Scene, a product designed to revolutionize the putting experience in golf simulators with a dynamic shifting floor, will make their international debut at the 62nd PGA Merchandise Show, January 20-23, 2015, in Orlando, Florida. The company out of Sioux Falls, South Dakota will be a part of the new product showcase at the annual exhibit.
Virtual Green changes the landscape of a flat turf via thousands of pinpoints beneath the surface. The Virtual Green software integrates with the simulator and molds the floor into a particular course design with contour and angles mimicking a putting green.
"Virtual Green has set out to become the future of putting for golf simulators," Sean Coffman of Virtual Green stated. "Our product was engineered and built to enhance the golf simulation experience and help golfers refine one of the most essential course skills year-round. We are excited to debut our patented innovation in front the world's best golfers and PGA professionals at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show."
Virtual Green will demonstrate their floor and software for the first time at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida starting Wednesday, January 21 to Friday, January 23, 2015. With two show floor spaces at the PGA Merchandise Show, booths 2855 and 2953, the company will provide a viewing area for show patrons to watch the shifting floor as well as watch presentations throughout the show days.
Additional information about Virtual Green is available at: www.VirtualGreen.com, on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/VirtualGreenbyGolfScene and follow @Virtual_Green on Twitter.
About Virtual Green:
Virtual Green is a dynamic floor that is used to maximize the experience in golf simulators. With Virtual Green, the landscape changes via an adjustable floor to make the putting green come alive right before your eyes; no more putting on a flat surface. Virtual Green changes the landscape and contour in the flooring to mimic an actual putting green.
For more information, visit www.virtualgreen.com or call (844) 727-7888.
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