Ocean Course At Ham­mock Beach Of­fer­ing Strack­aLine Greens Guides

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SAN DIEGO, Calif. – The Ocean Course at Ham­mock Beach, a highly ac­claimed Jack Nick­laus de­sign in Palm Coast, Fla., head­lines a quar­tet of cour­ses re­cently scanned by Strack­aLine that now of­fer pro­fes­sional greens guides to golfers.

The Coun­try Club of Win­ter Haven (Fla.), The Club at Sa­van­nah (Ga.) Har­bor, and Onion Creek Coun­try Club have also joined the Strack­aLine fam­ily.

Strack­aLine scans cour­ses for $1,500 and that in­cludes 100 greens guides for re­sale. The scan­ning process takes five hours to com­plete and is un­ob­tru­sive to the golfer ex­pe­ri­ence.

Strack­aLine’s qual­ity and ac­cu­racy have led to wide­spread adop­tion on the PGA, LPGA and Web.com tours, in ad­di­tion to their use by more than 300 Di­vi­sion I col­lege teams.

The greens maps, which fea­ture easy to read ar­rows, al­low play­ers to view con­tour and fall lines, in ad­di­tion to slope per­cent­age, any­where on the green.

Pro­fes­sional us­age has helped drive in­ter­est in the Strack­aLine Greens Guides, and the tech­nol­ogy is just as valu­able to “reg­u­lar” am­a­teur golfers hop­ing to im­prove their score.

For golf course own­ers and op­er­a­tors, the tech­nol­ogy can be used to im­prove pace of play and help en­sure qual­ity course con­di­tions. Strack­aLine of­fers hole lo­ca­tion soft­ware that al­lows su­per­in­ten­dents to uti­lize a pro­pri­etary al­go­rithm to help set hole lo­ca­tions.

Strack­aLine will con­tinue to add to its li­brary of golf cour­ses through­out 2018. It takes just eight min­utes to scan and cap­ture an en­tire green and the Strack­aLine team can com­plete an 18-hole course and prac­tice green in five hours with­out dis­rupt­ing play.

For more in­for­ma­tion on how to order a greens guide or have a course scanned, go to www.Strack­aLine.com.

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