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Stills for St Andrews International

Stills for St Andrews International

Posted by on Oct 8, 2013 in Blog, News | 0 comments

This week PinPoint published some stills from the fly throughs they have produced from the St Andrews International project. Having produced fly throughs of all of the holes on this stunning new golf courses the technical team went back into the environment, changed the time of day and simulated what it will be like to take a late afternoon stroll around...

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Woking GC capture stunning definition on their aerial imagery using the drone from PinPointGolf.

Woking GC capture stunning definition on their aerial imagery using the drone from PinPointGolf.

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Blog, News, Uncategorized | 0 comments

We have just completed the aerial survey of Woking golf club – and the team there has already found uses for the data. Using the course management software they’ll be measuring the surface area of all tees bunkers and greens. This will offer a saving on the likes of sand seed and dressing, as well as having a living breathing course policy...

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Royal Aberdeen use PinPoint for Aerial Imagery.

Royal Aberdeen use PinPoint for Aerial Imagery.

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Blog, News | 0 comments

PinPoint Golf are delighted to have carried out an aerial survey at Royal Aberdeen golf club and what a wonderful canvass it was to work with – Royal Aberdeen is shaping up wonderfully for next years Scottish Open – I’m sure it’s perfectly manicured links turf will attract all of the worlds top players as the prepare themselves for...

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East Berks Golf Club detail their experience of working with PinPointGolf for their aerial imagery in this recent article.

East Berks Golf Club detail their experience of working with PinPointGolf for their aerial imagery in this recent article.

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Man’s obsession with flight has been evident since long before the Wright brothers took their first powered flight in 1903. Since then many different methods have been used to ‘best’ capture the essence of golf courses from the air ranging from Hot air balloons, hanging out of helicopters to cameras strapped to remote control aircraft. Although some...

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