It’s somewhat difficult to trust that something many refer to as the “Waste Management Phoenix Open” is one of the greatest occasions in golf, yet hey — now you don’t have to spend huge amounts of money to investigate the occasion’s mark course. All it takes is a Samsung Gear VR, a good telephone and the PGA’s new Tour VR application to examine some sweet club-on-ball activity.
The PGA’s virtual desire are headed toward a respectable, if constrained begin. There are four recordings to flick through, with two taking us onto the Scottsdale course’s practice territory for a nearby up direction from Patrick Rodgers and Peter Malnati. The other two dive into what it’s similar to playing and working the best appear on grass, including a level of inside baseball to an application is generally without America’s diversion. On the off chance that computerized voyages through Arizona aren’t your thing, you’ll need to hold up somewhat more — the PGA has promised redesign the application with more recordings as the seasons trudges on. With good fortune, we’ll get a profoundly point by point breakdown of the grasses at Pennsylvania’s Oakmont Country Club in time for the US Open; until then, manage with these crests at a percentage of the PGA’s juvenile Samsung Gear VR task: