Ball trajectory studies are important to protect players, buildings, homes and cars. 2-D and 3-D studies are created utilizing known variables specific to the site. Analyses help determine the appropriate height, saving future expenses required to raise netting and pole height.
Why Ball Trajectory Studies Matter
- A scratch golfer hits an average of 12 greens in regulation, 81% of the fairways, has 29.0 putts, 3.2 birdies per round and 11.8 pars per round.
- A golfer that averages a score of 85 hits 5 greens in regulation, 46% of fairways, has 33.7 total putts, 0.8 birdies per round, and 6.6 pars.
- A golfer that averages a score of 100 hits 0 greens in regulation, 11% of fairways, has 38.3 putts, 0 birdies, and 1.3 pars.