With the advances in high tech, all that matters is a Samsung Gear VR, compatible mobile phone device and the PGA’s new Four VR application just to take a closer look at some interesting “Club-on-ball actions.”
Despite the PGA being labelled the “Waste Management Phoenix Open”
Is still by far one of the greatest golf event which is so significant to everyone anyway. But as a matter of fact, the new Samsung Gear VR would be filling in some wide gap in making the open a more interesting one ever.
The essence is to enable a more powerful tool which make the capturing of every moment a true life story. With powerful flicks and some better enhancement through the synchronized devices and the App system then you might just be standing right in front of the club and watching the ball zooming off right away. Though there are promises about an update of the app for the PGS, the present is still actually helping to save cash in some manner which would make the entire view quiet interesting.
With luck, we’ll get a highly detailed breakdown of the grasses at Pennsylvania’s Oakmont Country Club in time for the US Open; until then, make do with these peaks at some of the PGA’s fledgling VR work.
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