Ensuring the world’s best players have access to millimetre accurate green data is something Clere Golf’s Green Book team have become accustomed to through the production of arguably the world’s finest green reading tool week in and week out.
Having produced Green Books for The GB&I Olympic team, both teams at this year’s Ryder Cup and the winner of The 145th Open Championship, it’s fair to say that where green reading and mapping is concerned they are the go-to-guys on tour.
The systems and technology Clere Golf has developed can now offer a cost-effective solution for all clubs to deliver accurate pin-location information to all golfers through their PinZone web solution.
The simple intuitive website allows golf clubs to fast entry of pin-location information in order to generate professional quality club branded pin location cards in a number of formats quickly and easily.
“Today’s golfers are demanding and their expectations are high when they visit new courses to play; PinZone adds real value and offers something which is often unexpected and too often forgotten about” says Steve Richardson – Director of Clere Golf.
With the ability to email event organisers ahead of their golf day with personalised pin-locations cards, helping to eradicate the uncertainty of club selection when the base of the flag can’t be seen, or simply building a database of historical pin-locations for future reference, PinZone has a broad spectrum of benefits to clubs and golfers alike.
“In recent years there has been so much focus placed on green reading and putting so providing accurate information on where the pin is actually located is more important than ever. Professionals and their caddies have access to this data every day so why not make it available to all golfers”.
PinZone has a solution which caters for all eventualities. From simple tabulated pin-location cards to comprehensive versions showcasing green graphics with pin-locations superimposed, it’s an impressive solution at a minimal modest cost.
To find our more about Clere Golf’s PinZone, visit www.clerepinzone.com or www.cleregolf.com