Golfing under normal conditions is challenging enough, but Dude Perfect decided to take things to a whole different level when playing with their new Full Swing simulator.
Spinning a wheel of fortune to decide upon which extreme weather condition they would brave, Dude Perfect simulated 1) a hurricane with the aid of leaf blowers, 2) a scorcher, with the aid of heat lamps, and 3) a thunder and lightning storm with the aid of a camera flash and shock collar.
One Dude Perfect crew member attempted to pilot a drone through three suspended rings to a small landing platform, while the others used bow and arrow, JUGS football machine, single-shot stress ball cannon, and rapid-fire cannon to try and clip its wings.
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For those wishing a more sedate recreational experience, the S2 Simulator from Full Swing — minus the weather effects — starts at $19,900, while their S8 model will set you back $49,900.
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Golf pros from Jordan Spieth to Tiger Woods have attested to the value of training with the simulator, not the least of which is avoiding bad weather on the real-life course. Just ask Paige Renee Spiranac…