Introducing the Flightscope to the Hole in One.
FlightScope technology is the worlds first 3D Doppler radar for sports,
Come on down to the Hole in One and see how far you can smash it. Create your own challenge or bring a team down.
Don't worry about collecting the balls...we have that covered!
The Doppler radar is supported by all the major golf brands.
Three Danish backpackers with no golfing experience had a great time smashing balls into the lake in the rain. Then oops the club went flying over the edge and in the lake.
We appreciate it when the client retrieves the club and these guys were really good sports.
These mysterious columns rose from ther lake bed in front of the Hole in One overnight.
They have become a source intrigue as locals and tourists flock to witness this strange natural phenomen.
Will they mysteriously disappear or are they a signal for an imminent extra-terrestrial event.
Send us your comments both serious and nutty.
Grant Elliot the Blackcaps middle order batsman and medium pace bowler enjoyed a couple of buckets of balls.
Grant also had a crack at hitting the pontoon with the cricket bat....just missing.
Good luck for the Cricket World Cup.
post script:24th March: I've just witnessed one of the greatest innings in Black Caps history. Grant Elliiot scored 84 runs from 73 balls. Those runs included a six off the second to last ball when NZ required 5 runs off two balls to win.
When asked what was going through your mind Grant said ...Nothing. I don't even know where it went. It's that sort of clear headedness that has placed NZ in their first ODI final.
Good luck the Black Caps and Grant for Saturday.