GARMIN R10 – Home Tee Hero Golf Simulator Software Review (Augusta)

Watch as we play Augusta National Golf Club using the Garmin R10 paired with Home Tee Hero Golf Simulator Software. We will take our Garmin R10 with the latest firmware and do a full demonstration and review of the Home Tee Hero Golf Simulator Software hitting driver, irons, chipping, and more. In this video we have the Garmin R10 calibrated, aligned, level, and properly setup for the best results. To use the Home Tee Hero on the Golf Simulator projector we just used the Apple Lightning to HDMI dongle with our iPhone 12 Pro. This setup seemed to work flawlessly and gave the golf simulator studio a much more immersive feel vs the previous Home Tee Hero was locked in portrait mode. Look for more Garmin R10 videos to come soon and feed free to email me for purchasing information as well as other Golf Simulator Components like Turf, Enclosures, Projectors, and more.


Be sure to take a look at the PerfectBay which now INCLUDES all poles etc.!  Very impressive setup! 

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The Garmin R10 Home Tee Hero mode allows you to play a virtual round of golf at a course rendered with 3D technology through the Garmin Golf App. There are over 42,000 courses available. Add another level of fun and competition to your game with the free Garmin Golf app. Download it to your phone to compete with your friends and fellow golfers. Each round can take on a tournament feel on any of more than 40,000 courses worldwide.

Garmin is in the launch-monitor game, introducing the Approach R10, a lightweight, budget friendly launch monitor that can be used indoors or outdoors.

The Approach R10, which retails for $600, tracks a dozen metrics, including club-head speed, face angle, path angle, angle of attack, ball speed, launch angle and direction, spin rate and axis, apex height, smash factor, carry distance and total distance.

Garmin says the unit is accurate to plus-minus 3 mph on club head speed, plus-minus 1 mph on ball speed, plus-minus 1 degree on launch angle and direction, and then plus-minus 5 yards on carry distance.

The launch monitor can also be paired with the Garmin Golf app’s Driving Range mode, which can help identify areas of improvement, record video clips. In the Driving Range mode, golfers can track stats for each club in their bag and get a shot-dispersion chart, while using recorded video clips to overlay stats and find areas of improvement.

Additionally, with the purchase of a premium membership ($10 per month or $100 per year, with a free 30-day trial available), Approach R10 users can use the Home Tee Hero golf simulator in the Garmin Golf app to play virtual versions of 42,000 courses. Premium members get access to members-only simulator tournaments as well. The Approach R10 is also compatible with the E6 Connect library of playable photorealistic courses. Premium members can also use cloud storage for video clips shot on the app.

The Approach R10 Included with the Approach R10 are a tripod stand and a phone mount that golfers can easily attach to a golf bag or place on the ground. The unit charges with an included micro USB connector, which can provide up to 10 hours of battery life. The unit has an IPX7 rating, which means it can stand up to rainy conditions as well.

Garmin R10 information provided by The Golf News Net.

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02:23 Garmin R10 Review
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