Nei said that after a two-hour lesson, a beginner will look like someone who has been playing forever.
"You are instantly going to get something out of this," he said.
You can actually program the machine to teach you to swing like Woods or another PGA star.
Nei said that feature is popular among younger golfers.
In a world where robots are replacing humans — the RoboGolfPro is not that kind of robot. Nei said that the machine is used to supplement coaching and while some professionals have it in their homes, it's recommended that a coach be present.
"This will never take the place of a teacher. You will always need a teacher," he said.
With a $150,000 price tag, these machines are being primarily used in golf clubs and academies around the world . Nei said 25 have been sold.
The 750-pound robots are manufactured in Germany 10 at a time.
Jason Birnbaum, an instructor of Golf Channel Academy and director of instruction for Manhattan Woods Golf Club, says the cost of RoboGolfPro will need to come down for it to become more mainstream. However, he thinks any tool that can help golfers improve their game is worth looking at.