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Sunningdale is latest “Laser Linked” course

7.05am 20th November 2007 - Corporate

Sunningdale Golf Club is the most recent course to install the Laser Link Distance System. Founded in 1900, Sunningdale is one of the most well-known and respected courses in the world.

Both the Old Course, a Willie Park Jr. design, and the New Course, a Harry Colt design, will feature Laser Link Golf’s patented reflector system, allowing members and guests the option to use Laser Link Golf’s laser rangefinders during their rounds.

Laser Link Golf is the producer of the Laser Link Distance System, the revolutionary distance measurement system designed specifically for golf. The laser-based system utilizes two components – a handheld laser rangefinder and a flagstick-based reflector – to determine the exact distance to the flagstick.

Laser Link Golf is based in the USA, and is owned and operated by many of the same individuals that started SoftSpikes®. They are involved in Laser Link Golf for the same reason they got involved in SoftSpikes® – they passionately believe that both are good for the game.

“This is one of the most exciting additions we‘ve had to our list,” said Rob O‘Loughlin, president of Laser Link Golf. “Sunningdale is held in high regard around the world and we‘re proud to say their distance measurement choice is the Laser Link Distance System.”

Laser Link Distance System
Sunningdale Golf Club


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