GOLF Magazine -
Sports Illustrated GOLF Group
DR Design & Associates is Darren Robinson and the experts in course measuring and printing, along with the appreciative clientele that he works with.
Keeping golf uppermost in mind, with over 15 years experience and expertise in the trade of producing graphics and illustrations for yardage books, brochures, email, product design and websites around the world.
Locating yardages accurately. Placing trees where they exist, bunkers and hazards as they are truly shaped, and essentially representing each golf hole as it truly exists in the real world.
You can find work done by Darren Robinson inside of 'GOLF Magazine' where he is currently providing an illustration per month within their 'Performance section.'
Flat Aerial View
An essential element to the player is knowing what they're getting into. Looking to get the best score, least amount of strokes and enjoy their game. The golfer likes to know where they're headed. "Can I par that hole or will my tee shot land in the trees or water with my terrible slice?" No illustrated view of the hole to be found before heading out? Rats!
Give your golfing members and players half a chance. A great and rewarding game doesn't have to be an aggravation. Knowing what's coming up before it's played helps make an amazing game.
Contoured Aerial View
Offering a helping guide to your players not only helps the players looking for an extra edge by having yardages off the tees, carry distances over bunkers and trees. in distances but also provides a wonderful showpiece of the beautiful course they are about to play.
Your golfers can take the course home with them as a great reminder within a collectible that is never thrown out and is often even resold to collectors.
Great golfing tips can be illustrated with a perfect view of a hole. An illustration can be a big helper to the eyes of subscribers who love the game of golf and look for everything they can find to improve their game.
When we view many, many golf course websites one can see the lack of even a course map to show a layout of what the golfer will be playing. Nothing, other than a few pretty pictures of the course and where it is. True, it may be enough to bring in some clientele to a golf course. But shouldn't a website serve as a tool to the golfers and members? Isn't this about the game? And working the playing field of the golf course in mind with accuracy.
Anticipation lies in the heart and mind of the player heading to their beloved course.
I look forward to speaking with you and to give you the focus needed on your next design project.
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