Drones on the Golf Course


It all started when...

Course Marketing

Aerial Images

Showcase your course like never before with stunning imagery and compelling videos highlighting greens and tee boxes in beautiful images. 


Hole by Hole Videos

Give your members an Augusta-like experience with buttery-smooth hole tours. With a flight path much like that of a golf ball, our drones highlight every feature of your course with crystal clear video.

Interactive 3d Models

3D models can play a key role in online promotion.

As part of their online marketing and communication strategy, golf course owners are adopting interactive 3D models as a tool to engage their audiences in a process of discovery.


Course Maintenance

Players count on golf course superintendents to keep greens healthy and consistent so that they can enjoy the best green speeds and performance. But keeping greens healthy is no small feat. If maintenance staff can spot damage from an irrigation problem or a fungus with the naked eye, that usually means the problem has already become significant and may take weeks to fully correct. 

“Course Managers can look at that stubborn pine tree on hole #4 and accurately calculate the height and width of the tree, estimate the weight of the tree, and the cost and time it would take to remove it,"

Monitor fairway health like never before with monthly flights that pinpoint vegetation issues before they become problems. Orange ares on the multi-spectral image show stressed vegetation. These insights can lead to quicker treatment and better health of the course.


Game Planning

3D models are also a game planning tool.

Last but not least, golf is a game, and players need tools to to define a strategy. With accurate interactive 3D models. Golfers can plan their rounds in advance: preparing their approach to each hole before they actually step on the green.

Utilizing photogrammetry and 3D mapping gives golfers the ability to know every blade of grass and grain of sand on the course, so they are confident and prepared for a great day on the green.”