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SportsMapping®, www.sportsmapping.com, brings digital mapping and geospatial services to the golf and sports industries. The printed course map, though invaluable, has become an outdated tool. It is used constantly for a variety of functions like irrigation and landscape planning as well as for maintenance of greens, tees and fairways. Geospatial mapping technologies enables golf course superintendents, owners, committees, architects, etc. to view their sites from two- and three-dimensional perspectives. The visual representation allows for better communication between course personnel, vendors, insurers and governments agencies establishing accurate area and linear measurements.SportsMapping® Solutions Include:
In the highly competitive quest to attract golfers to golf venues, SportsMapping® has combined the latest in 3D animation techniques with the Internet to create a virtual experience of the golf course. Graphics highlight the course layout and providing fly-by movies of each hole giving the consumer a true-to-life experience demonstrating the beauty and challenge of the course.
- Digital Aerial Orthophoto Imagery
- Digital Golf Course and Resort Mapping
- Digital GPS Irrigation As-built Mapping
- Topographic Mapping
- Historical Aerial Photographs
- 3D Fly-through Graphics
- Photo enlargements for course and member display
- SportsMapping® Software Sales
SportsMapping USA is a strategic dataset component of SportsMapping®
. We are committed to mapping and digitizing every golf course in the United States. Unlike a majority of the engineering-quality mapping work produced by SportsMapping®
(which relies on high resolution aerial photographs and on-site surveys), the base maps for SportsMappingUSA®
activities are obtained from substantially lower-cost existing aerial and satellite imagery. When digitized and geo-referenced, these base maps provide relatively more accurate course yardage inputs than conventional methods, at a fraction of the cost.
Our digital mapping has been used by the USGA to plan every U.S. Open from Pebble Beach in 2000 to Torrey Pines in 2008. The PGA utilizes our mapping services for a number of their tournaments to produce 2 D and 3D graphics.
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