HD Golf™ Tournament Play
Compete and Win
HD Golf™ Tournament play brings the game to you. Compete at home, your favourite Golf Center or while on vacation. Our simulator tournaments run the same way as on-course tournaments, without the high entry fees, full-day commitment or lost balls. Setup your own or join an existing tournament! Online tournaments are scalable from a single location to multi-location. For example, a Hotel could run an in-house tournament for its guests only. Or, it could create a global tournament for all properties under its brand name. It’s a great way to meet new people, create a team and enjoy weather-proof competitive golf year-round. Best of all, play at your leisure; tournament rounds have a start/finish date, so as long as you play your round within the pre-designated date range, your score will reach the leaderboard.
• Offer extended competition and gamification to activate your golfers.
• Challenge teams or individuals around the world!
• Run leagues for men. women, seniors or juniors
Tournament Control at Your Fingertips:
• Tournaments are fully Customizable
• Select among the world’s best courses including: Pebble Beach, St. Andrews, Kiawah Island, Pinehurst, TPC Blue Monster, or Bethpage
• Choose your start and completion dates
• Select number of rounds and teebox
• Choose team, scramble or stroke play
• HD Golf™ tournaments are categorized as “Opens” and “Invitationals”
• “Open” tournaments are open to the public. Anyone with access to an HD Golf™ Simulator can join.
• “Invitational” are private ‘by invitation only’ tournaments. They work well for Golf Centers, Sports bars, clubs and teams.
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