Take, for instance, PhiGolf, a mobile and home Smart Golf Simulator featured at CES. This virtual golf simulator comes with a real swing stick, making it almost feel like you have your very own TopGolf – except you can set it up in your home or take it to a friend’s house to play an indoor round of golf whenever you want. This simulator uses a swing stick and a state-of-the-art sensor to emulate your natural golf swing. To play, simply download the app to your smartphone or tablet and mirror or cast it on your TV for an immersive experience. Speaking of, PhiGolf can take you to beautiful, photorealistic recreations of world-famous golf courses, and you can play a round without paying the greens fees. You can play by yourself or share 18 with friends. The PhiGolf kit is lightweight and portable, too, so you can bring it to a friend’s home for get-togethers. And if you feel like practicing your swing a little, PhiGolf’s swing trainer lets you do so without a visit to the driving range. See what this CES-featured technology can do for your golf handicap. Usually $249, the PhiGolf: Mobile & Home Smart Golf Simulator with Swing Stick is available for $229 right now. Prices subject to change.