On July 27, 2016, an article by Michael Lednovich for Southland Golf featured Dave Shultz and his idea for REALiTEE Golf.
Anaheim man has big idea for indoor golf
The idea struck Dave Shultz while he ate breakfast at home, so he grabbed a napkin and sketched out a design.
Since that evening 16 months ago, Shultz quit his job as a global engineer at General Electric to devote his energy to REALiTEE Golf, a proposed indoor golf complex that integrates golf on simulators with “live play” on approach, bunker and green areas.
As an avid golfer, Shultz recognized the pitfalls that have stagnated the growth of the game and wanted to do something about it.
“Golf takes too long to play. Golf is difficult. It’s too expensive and you can play only during daylight,” Shultz said. “In order to grow the game, you need a next generation idea that overcomes all of those obstacles.”