StrackaLine Scans Seattle Golf Club In Preparation For Pac 12 Championship
Company Produces Industry-Leading Greens Guides for 300+ DI College Teams
StrackaLine, maker of golf’s premier Greens Guides, has scanned historic Seattle Golf Club in preparation for the 2020 Pac 12 Championship.
StrackaLine provides more than 300 Division I golf teams with its industry-leading greens maps, working throughout the year to expand its library of courses so the game’s next generation of stars has access to the same information available to PGA Tour players.
“Seattle Golf Club is one of premier private clubs in the Pacific Northwest and a beautiful venue to host the Pac 12 Championship,” said StrackaLine President Jim Stracka. “The course will test the nation’s premier teams, including the defending national champion, and we are delighted to be providing them with our best-in-the-game greens guides.”
Seattle Golf Club, which opened in 1900 and underwent an Arnold Palmer-led redesign in 1996, offers members a welcome respite from outside distractions. Palmer once described it as, “one of the most outstanding golf courses in the Northwest, if not the nation,” a claim bolstered by a historic clubhouse that overlooks Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.
StrackaLine worked in conjunction with the USGA to ensure its greens guides were in compliance with the governing body’s new interpretation of Rule 4.3, allowing the company to continue providing its best-in-the-game greens maps to professionals and amateurs.
The quality and accuracy of StrackaLine’s greens guides have led to widespread adoption on the PGA, LPGA, Symetra and Korn Ferry tours, in addition to their use by more than 300 Division I college teams.
StrackaLine scans courses for $1,500 and that includes 100 greens guides for resale. The scanning process takes five hours to complete and is unobtrusive to the golfer experience.
StrackaLine now has 900+ courses scanned, including some of the nation’s most prominent layouts. Use of the greens guides at all levels of the game has surged, and the company now counts nearly every Division I golf program among its users.
The greens maps, which feature easy to read arrows, allow players to view contour and fall lines, in addition to slope percentage, anywhere on the green.
For more information on how to order a greens guide or have a course scanned, go to www.StrackaLine.com.