Golfair Course Guides
K&M course guides represent the ultimate in yardage book accuracy and detail. Unlike the traditional sketch or computer drawn yardage chart, all of our course guides are designed using highly accurate aerial photography.
K&M in partnership with Getmapping.com and Bluesky have photographed every golf course in the UK making these unique guides available to your club at traditional yardage book costs. Using state of the art computer controlled photo-imaging and mapping equipment these guides can be produced without a course visit being necessary. This reduces both the production cost and time and delivers a unique product with is highly saleable to both members and visitors.
What our Customers are saying ….
Golfair aerial imagery is used by a growing number of organisations to enhance both the players and spectators enjoyment of the game.
“From our first meeting to the delivery of our Golfair yardage books K & M took me through this stage by stage. I now have an aerial guide that generates a great profit margin and my sales have increased over my previous supply. I would have no hesitation in recommending K & M Golfair to all my fellow professionals who wish to upgrade their yardage books.”
John Green – PGA Professional at The Alwoodley Golf Club.
“Golfair’s aerial photography was an excellent addition to the Slaley Hall Great North Open tournament programme. It provided a refreshing perspective of the course and was extremely well received by both the golfers and spectators. We fully intend to work with them again in the future.”
David Hart, Marketing Director, Nova International.
“Halcrow, as Consulting Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineers to The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, is pleased to confirm that the quality of aerial imagery received from Golfair proved to be invaluable in the development of plans for the Open Championship at Muirfield. The clarity and accuracy of the photography provided a realism to the layout of the tented village, grandstand seating and other installations which would have been difficult to achieve through the traditional drafting process.”
William Dunbar BSc., C.Eng., F.I.C.E.