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Golf tracking in the Middle East

07 Feb 2016
At the start of 2016 the golf team spent three weeks in the Middle East. It’s always a culture shock for the boys and the golf often competes with the camel riding, dune bashing, and late night shenanigans. The tournaments all went really well and the training of the new operator, Reece Witters, was completed. The team worked in Abu Dhabi, Doha and Dubai over the three weeks and spent time with ball-tracking company ProTracer to integrate the virtual world with the 3D ball tracks.

Middle East

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