You wouldn’t believe how thrilled I am to share a website I found called Golf Frontier. With today’s golf technologies, most players don’t need to use a golf course yardage guide. But, it certainly helps when there are hazards that may not be visible when standing on the golf course.
However, most golf courses don’t provide an aerial diagram of their individual holes. Or, for the ones that do, you would have to buy it on the golf course.
My girls play so many tournaments that there are times when we just can’t make it out for a practice round. And, they have played courses with water right in the middle of the hole that isn’t visible from the tee box. So, an aerial diagram with yardage marks would certainly come in handy.
Golf Frontier offers just that. Yes, we can find the same aerial views on Google Maps, but how are we to know which hole is which? With Golf Frontier, the holes are labeled and yardage information is even provided.
Kayla played 2 different tournaments this past weekend. So, we weren’t able to get out for a practice round for each golf course. I was able to look over the holes she would need to play, discuss the dog-leg holes with her and holes with water. Again, I can’t emphasize what a handy site this is. Enjoy!