Monitoring Moisture At National Golf Links with Afternoon Flights

By William Salinetti, CGCS, Superintendent at National Golf Links of America
GreenSight thermal imaging allows superintendents to see relative evapotranspiration rates across their course. Morning flights are convenient, but afternoon flights clearly highlight moisture variations allowing better optimization of irrigation.
Early …

GreenSight Featured in Pro Shop Magazine

Get Over It!
By Michael Cunningham Incorporating UAV technology into the operation of Today’s golf facilities: What you should know!

Full article here: https://golfindustrynetwork.ca/get-over-it/Greenskeeping 25 years ago was an art. Now it’s fine art and a science. It required just as much …

GreenSight and Victoria Golf Club in Golf Course Management Magazine

Remote control
A Canadian superintendent takes disease and water management to new heights with an agronomic-focused drone program.
Paul Robertson, superintendent of links at Victoria Golf Club in the Canadian province of British Columbia, is a practical man.“To more accurately schedule irrigation, we …

GreenSight Featured in Golfdom

Original Golfdom Article
Drones, data and turf maintenance
By David McPherson|  October 4, 2016

The old adage “A picture is worth a thousand words” is a refrain to which golf course superintendents subscribe. Photographs help turfgrass managers explain agronomic and maintenance programs to members and …

GreenSight Imagery Used On Golf Channel

GreenSights before and after aerial imagery of TPC River Highlands was used recently on The Golf Channel during a segment discussing renovations to the course in preparation for the 2016 Travelers Championship.