Golf Trajectory Analysis
Golf Ball Trajectory Studies for Driving Range Barrier Netting
West Coast Netting has developed a scientific golf trajectory analysis to help our customers identify the proper dimensions for their driving range barrier netting projects. No longer will gut feeling be the major factor in deciding the height of your golf barrier netting. West Coast Netting has attained, through a nationally recognized independent research institution, a golf trajectory calculator that enables our customers to envision their driving range configuration in a whole new way.
This ball trajectory study will help you analyze the possible golf ball flight paths for your driving range. With a golf trajectory analysis, you will receive a customized printout, taking into effect such things as elevation above sea level, predominate cross or head wind, and hook or slice. All measurements are calculated to help you choose the proper golf barrier netting height for your driving range location. By using information gathered from the American Journal of Physics, the Aeronautical Quarterly, the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, the Journal of Applied Physics, the US Professional Golf Association and much more, we are able to provide you with peace of mind never before offered by any netting and pole manufacturer.
Why Get a Golf Trajectory Analysis?
With the changing technology in golf clubs, golf balls, hits and miss-hits, a golf ball can be hit any number of directions, distances and heights. There is no way to take into account every situation that a golf ball might incur. Ball trajectory studies can help you predict the golf ball's possible flight paths to ensure your barrier netting is high enough to protect surrounding people, cars, and buildings. These studies are worthwhile to determine barrier netting requirements early in your project, rather than later needing to fund efforts to raise the netting & pole heights.
The price for a complete golf trajectory analysis and summary report is $3,500.00. Contact us today to request your golf ball trajectory study!