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A new way of creating course guides

8.04am 18th January 2008 - Corporate

Eagle’s E-planners are a revolutionary way for clubs to develop their own course guides. Using web-based ground-breaking software, clubs can design their own E-planners guides and buy 1,000 copies for a fixed price of just £990. And with no set up or delivery charges to worry about, any club can now get a lot more return for a lot less outlay.

Register for a demonstration and see how easy it is. Just go to, register your details and someone from Eagle will call you back to go through the log-in procedures and show you around the site.

Once you’ve agreed to go ahead, the aerial photographic images of the holes on your course will be set up for you by Eagle. The software will then allow you to select a hole and add tee positions, driving and approach shot distances. You can even add gradients and amend any other hazards.

The ground breaking software enables anyone with a computer and broadband to design and write their club’s own course guide, and because the software produces portable download files (pdf’s) of each page, both the client and Eagle can project manage progress and keep completely informed of changes and new pages.

In their final printed form, the sheer quality of an e-planners course guide is very impressive. So if your club is looking for a new and very affordable course guide, have a look at e-planners.

Eagle’s E-planners


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