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Golf is one of the finest games of old that is still played today. It traces its origins back to the 15th century in Scotland. One of the key traditions of golf that has been passed on over the years is the caliber of golfers. In this regard, the game is associated with the rich and the wealthy fraction of society. However, the future of golf is particularly bright and is anticipated to be largely dominated by new technologies. Tech is expected to mediate new styles and forms of golfing in various ways.

 

Better Golfing Gear

Technology is expected to avail new, improved golfing gear designed for comfort and performance. Whereas over the years, technology has improved the golfing gear we have today, there is expected to be better golf bags designed for comfort, better golf clubs with improved features, and better golf balls. Much emphasis will focus on ensuring that golfing gear is custom-made to an individual player’s performance specifications while also taking into consideration the laws of physics.

 

Improved Golfing Training

In golf, training to perfection is one of the laborious and demanding tasks that require concentration and a lot of input in terms of time. Even with so much training, establishing perfection is quite a hurdle. It is expected that the future of golf training is going to be less bumpy and more precise. Technology also has a lot to offer in ensuring that amateur golfers achieve a professional status within a short duration of time. Training with virtual reality simulators will enable golfers to become more competent even without the need of physically visiting a golf course.

 

Better Golfing Experience

According to the Professional Golfers Association (PGA), there is expected to be a significant improvement in how golfers enjoy the game on the golf course. One of the major concerns that have prevailed over the years is the inconvenience suffered due to wayward golf shots which often lead to lost golf balls, hefty fines to the players, or even golf-ball-damaged properties.

 

Part of the solution to this problem, according to the PGA, is the introduction of the bumper golfing idea where a virtual wall is activated to bounce back balls to the ground whenever they exit a given demarcated point beyond the golf course area. This is expected to make the game more interesting, faster, and less demanding.