From Our Editors
Pebble Beach occupies a rarefied space in golf lore; its mere mention conjures thoughts of verdant fairways set against the impossibly blue backdrop of the Pacific Ocean, a golfer's paradise befitting of only the game’s greats. Though Tampa Indoor Golf does not send clients to the rugged California coastline, its golf simulators bring the course’s seaside vistas to life in an indoor setting where the temperature is always 72 degrees, it never rains, and the only way to lose a golf ball is to confuse it will a glorified jelly bean. The simulators feature precise swing-tracking and shot-projection technology, ensuring that golfers enjoy realistic ball flight whether they are playing one of more than 75 famous courses or practicing in the driving-range module. In addition, the indoor center serves as the venue for private and group lessons for players of all abilities, conducted by Tampa Indoor’s staff of golf aces. Golfers can also enlist in golf-simulator leagues in which they partner up with a fellow player, compete for league prizes in weekly matches, and argue over who wears the argyle vest in the relationship.