Trajectory Studies

This is the recommended first step in most major barrier netting projects.

Given the high cost of these major structures it is important to assess accurately, by
computer modelling, those areas at risk from golf balls under various conditions.

These studies can be undertaken using normal or “reduced flight” golf balls.

The trajectory study uses ball launch data captured by radar tracking. The study will identify
the geographic locations via Google Earth: including 2-4 tee off points on the tee, lines of play,
the key “at risk zones”.

The model therefore greatly assists in identification of optimal heights and locations of barriers.

You receive a standalone report with recommendations explained.

Clients who have received a Trajectory Study include:
  • City of Moonee Valley - Riverside Golf Course - Victoria.
  • City of Whitehorse - Morack Golf Course - Victoria.
  • Shire of South Gippsland - Foster Golf Club/Child Care Centre - Victoria..
  • Plenty Views Driving Range – (represented in The County Court of Victoria).
  • Pennant Hills Golf Club - New South Wales.
  • Wembley Golf Complex - Western Australia.
  • Heidelberg Golf Club - Victoria.
  • Kew Golf Club - Victoria.
  • Kingston Heath Golf Club - Victoria.
  • Yarra Yarra Golf Club - Victoria.
  • Adelaide Shores Park Trust/Golf Course - South Australia.
  • Flagstaff Hill Golf Club - South Australia.
  • Hays International College Driving Range - Victoria.
  • Pegasus Golf & Sports Club - New Zealand.