My Optishot Setup Home Golf
My Optishot Setup Home Golf


I’m going to show you how I golf at home using the Optishot. I’m going to demonstrate my Optishot setup This is my living room, welcome to my home. I’m going to show you how quickly it goes, okay. Ta Da! At this point you could go ahead and start
playing. Computer hooked up to the TV. Computer hooked up to Optishot. If you’re going to play with no ball, you’re set. I however like to play with a ball. So I do one more unique setup component. Alright, so that’s actually a green screen used
for filming. I normally have a much larger green piece of fabric but that’s
not here with me today so I put my smaller piece up to show you what I do and give you an idea uh…
now I can go ahead and hit any ball I want. I don’t with a real ball in
the house You could. however uh… uh… I don’t want to shank it off and break one of my windows So you can hit your plastic balls into the net I’ve been playing with a wiffle ball recently. because this yellow plastic foam ball they
supply you with. While nice. Some of my friends and I’ll admit, me too uh… Have hit this ball inappropriately when this was setup in a different way and hit the walls and it can leave a little yellow mark so I play with the wiffle ball. When using it on Optishot I put it on no ball setting so it’s important when you’re using real
balls or the foam balls or no balls You need to tell Optishot what you’re doing It changes the calculations just a touch since the wiffle ball really does not
impact uh… the club face at all, I don’t think, I tell it that I’m playing with no ball. but i’d like to play with some kind of
ball because mentally for practice it really helps If you don’t play with any ball you’re likely to start swinging a little too high just swinging over, I mentioned
in the review video You’ll start topping the ball in real life, and you don’t want that. So it’s good to practice with an actual object. Wiffle balls are cheap and easy. Now normally I have my Optishot hooked up to the TV but, some of you like the projector setup I do have a projector, it’s not all that great but
it does it work shining on green screen however doesn’t
look all that great so this is a ten dollar shower curtain from
wal-mart and it’s actually cut up on the bottom because I used the fabric for something else but uh… you can take this, clothes pin it on You can buy white canvas fabric fairly cheaply that would suspended on something like what I have here.
I bought this at tupetape.net by the way However this was ten bucks so that was pretty nice, that’ll work when using the projector it looks much
cooler That’s my Optishot setup, that’s how I golf at home I hope you appreciated the set up, see ya.

32 thoughts on “My Optishot Setup Home Golf”

  1. Brandon Linker says:

    Another great video. An idea for a future video, show a bit of the software and navigating through it with the different features. I have not found a video that shows the menus and different tweaks therein that make the optishot more than just a glorified Wii game. Also, do you need a mouse and keyboard handy while playing the game?

  2. GolfAtHomeTV says:

    Good idea, thanks. Once I have started a round the mouse (trackpad) is used to quit, change settings or use a mulligan etc. The up and down arrows are used for club selection while left and right arrows are used to aim.

  3. Ben Kilborn says:

    i am purchasing an opti shot soon appreciate the video. I was curious on where you got the mat you stand on and where you fit the opti shot mat into? Or if you made it and how did you do so.

  4. GolfAtHomeTV says:

    I built it. I have a video called Cheap Custom Optishot Platform Mat. You can find it on my channel. Enjoy your Optishot!

  5. Czech Mate says:

    Love it!!!

  6. Alex Arenschield says:

    Nice house

  7. GolfAtHomeTV says:

    Thank you

  8. GolfAtHomeTV says:

    That would suck, but I use a wiffle golf ball so I can't break anything.

  9. jijames21 says:

    Nice setup. How high is your ceiling? I can only swing a PW do to ceiling tiles. I just adjust the clubs on the screen as I play

  10. GolfAtHomeTV says:

    Thank you, my ceiling is vaulted so its about 18 feet at it's highest point around 9 feet at the back wall. Did you adjust the club head speed or distance for your longer clubs on Optishot to compensate for using a physically shorter club?

  11. jijames21 says:

    No adjustments. I actually find it pretty accurate. My driver goes 260+ yds most of the time. I find as long as I get a clean swing, it works very well.

  12. Kevin Tian says:

    Love it!!! thank you so much!!! just wondering where did you get those mats from? I really want them for my optishot!

  13. GolfAtHomeTV says:

    Thank you! I built them. Check out my channel to find my video "Cheap Custom Optishot Platform Mat"

  14. remmy100 says:

    Damn nice house. What the heck do you do for a living?

  15. Gil Phillips says:

    Do you ever have a issue with hitting the sensor openings. I hit down on the ball and normally take good size divots. Worried about hitting the opening and a club breaking and someone getting hurt. Most of the videos i see people are picking it clean or off a tee. Too bad the sensors could not postioned on the inside and outside of the club path.

  16. michele pryor says:

    I bought this and a golf mat last for my boyfriend.  We have turned his dining room into the golf simulator.  The last piece were challenged with is the projection.  We have the computer and even a flat screen tv, but we want to play where we can see the course in front of us.  I am looking at projectors but wondering if there was a certain size, lumens, etc do we have to get.  This is going to be a christmas present so I am trying to wrap this up in the next few days. Any suggestions on the projector?  I actually saw a portable one. Thank you!

  17. Pete says:

    Can I ask were you got or how you made the base stand unit and the optishot case unit Thanks Pete UK

  18. JP says:

    I bet your wife loves that setup! Hahaha

  19. LastbutNotFirst says:

    man you have a nice house. i gotta get into your line of work

  20. patrik streng says:

    It would be a shame if you would shank it

  21. Jake Skipper says:

    If i were to hit real golf balls into that green screen, is it strong enough to withstand being pounded into constantly with a driver and a real golf ball? Im really curious because its a really good idea and i would rather do the green screen other than an impact screen. Thanks in advance

  22. Dan Baltimore says:

    ummm I was still waiting on him to show us how it works

  23. Get Back To Golf says:

    nice i just got back to golf from a 10 year lay off… thanks for the video! and subbed and liked

  24. Slasher 78 says:

    What a dummy.. Lol

  25. jas0njas0ff says:

    As far lighting, does it look just like that in your video? Just the standard room lighting?

  26. omeradhia says:

    Where did you buy those stands to mount the screen on ?

  27. Carol Rochester says:

    k

  28. Tommy 2.0 says:

    how much did all of this cost

  29. Sooopreme says:

    what if you shanked it or pulled it lol

  30. Birdman b says:

    We bought one of these and they are super inaccurate my suggestion would be stay away from the optishot

  31. Cameron Benjamin says:

    Just felt like making a video eh..? The optishot is a waste of your time and money. Also, this video was a waste of your time and mine.
    Disclaimer: My school bought our team one of these pieces of shit and it was garbage. Played on it for 30 minutes and thought it was fucking joke at first.

  32. radbcc says:

    Every optishot video setup I have seen on YT looks contrived, cheap, and stuck together with duct tape. Does not seem like a total solution.

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