Whether you make it to Hazeltine National next week for the 2016 Ryder Cup or not, you can see the course like never before thanks to our just-released Hazeltine Explorer.
Hazeltine Explorer allows you to walk the course, explore the clubhouse, practice range, and more through a 360-degree view. You can see the exact spots on the fairway where Ryder Cup competitors will take aim during the 41st edition of the event.
This isn't your run-of-the-mill flyover. You are at ground level viewing the course and all its features.
Key features of Hazeltine Explorer include:
- 360-degree full-screen photo tour of the course, captured via the Google Street View Trekker and 4300 panographic photos
- Elevation graphs of every hole -- check out the uphill walk from the fairway to the green on No. 18.
- Watch videos of key shots from Hazeltine history, such as Tiger Woods' 3-iron from a fairway bunker.
- It's mobile-friendly
- It renders full screen, giving a truly immersive experience
You can see Hazeltine Tracker for yourself here: explorer.rydercup.com.
Here are some examples of what you will find in the Hazeltine Explorer. Check out this hitting bay and practice green in the clubhouse:
Here's the front entrance to the clubhouse, where you'll find the Walking Man statue, sculpted by Minnesota artist Bill Mack:
And here's the bunker where Tiger Woods hit one of the best shots of his career -- how did he get enough loft on that 3-iron to carry the tree?