Building a Golf Simulator? You got this!
Our enclosures feature our full line of popular, proven golf impact screens and an easy do-it-yourself design so you can save thousands by building your own fully-loaded golf simulators! Created to help users with one of the trickiest parts of building a golf simulator: building the enclosure itself.
Because you don't want to put a bunch of golf ball-sized holes in your wall
Carl's Golf Simulator Enclosure Kit with Impact Screen serves two purposes. It surrounds your simulator with a tough surface to shade the screen for your brightest image and catches any shots that miss or bounce off the screen. To prepare for your best game, select the right frame dimensions for your space, the best material for your specific budget and playing needs, and the compatible aspect ratio/screen size to make your images as true to life as possible.
Designed for a Budget, but Sometimes You Don't Want to Compromise
The DIY Enclosure is available in a basic package so that you can get started on your golf simulator without breaking the bank. But as much as we'd all like to think we're going to be ready for the next Pro-Am tournament, sometimes it's best to have a little extra protection. For that we offer a few options for upgrades. Add net wall extensions to increase the protection of the walls of your enclosure without closing in your space, or add foam inserts to provide additional padding in the corners of the frame.
Available in a variety of sizes and a standard 5-foot depth, our golf simulator enclosure kit offers you an easy way to build a safe place to swing your clubs.
Your Choice of Impact Screen
Our golf simulator impact screen material comes in three versions: Standard, Preferred, or Premium.
Perfect for beginners or first-timers – an inexpensive impact screen for golf.
Budget-friendly projection screen for golf simulators.
Use with real golf balls up to 250 MPH.
Best value for both home and light commercial users looking for the best durability.
Much smoother texture than Standard with tightly woven fibers for better HD picture.
Use with real golf balls up to 250 MPH with an indoor golf simulator.
The smoothest surface available on a full impact material.
Made of three layers of heavy-duty, tight-knit impact resistant polyester.
Quiets noise from the golf ball hitting the screen with a cushioned center layer.
Black Nylon Enclosure
The enclosure surrounds your simulator with a tough surface to shade the screen for your brightest image and catches any shots that miss or bounce off the screen.
Steel Corner Fittings
Steel fittings and elbows to construct all frame joints and corners.
Weight Bag & Bungees
The screen and enclosure attach easily to the frame -- no tools required.
Pipe Framing Kit
1-inch EMT, which can be found at any local hardware store, is required to complete the assembly of your enclosure (we'll tell you exactly what you need). If you'd rather have us include the pipe for you, this add-on kit includes black, powder-coated EMT pipes pre-cut to the exact lengths required - no pipe cutting or hauling required!
Foam Insert Kit
Four sections of memory foam in the perfect profile and lengths to insert behind the screen flaps of the DIY Golf Simulator Enclosure Kit provide an extra measure of safety and the peace of mind that errant shots will not contact the frame.
Net Wall Extensions
If errant balls are a concern, a set of golf hitting net extensions provides an additional barrier to keep your golf balls in the hitting area. Net extensions add additional depth and simply attach onto the frame enclosure with hook and loop strips. A sandbag, at the bottom, holds it in place (fill not included).
Unless you've selected the Pipe Framing Kit add-on, you'll need to purchase 1-inch EMT (electrical metal tubing) from your local hardware store to complete your frame. We'll include all details on what lengths and quantities of EMT are required. Details are also available in the resources section below.
Made to Order
DIY Golf Enclosures are made to order and require 3 days for manufacturing plus the delivery time you select in your shopping cart.
“You can shave strokes off of your game playing virtual golf. You can also stop to shave your beard between shots if you want.”Carl