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- In the teeing ground, install the lighting on the left and right sides of the teeing ground or in the rear, around 2m from the end point of the teeing ground.
- When installing the lighting on the left and right sides, anticipate that the athletes may be left or right-handed and be sure to install supplementary lighting in the symmetrical direction to ensure that the players are not obstructed by shadows.
- Aiming needs to be performed to track the balls sent aloft from the teeing ground.
- To find the location of the ball that has landed on the fairway, we need wide ranging aiming over the entire fairway.
- Be sure to provide luminance to shadowy areas created by various obstructions or topographical conditions.
- Aiming is necessary to track the flight trajectory of the balls headed toward the fairway.
- When heading from the fairway to the green, the players should not see any direct glare from the light source.
- Take care when selecting the location to prevent ground reflection glare from occurring when players are focused on the, putting play concentrate.
- Arrange the lights to ensure that shadows are eliminated as far as possible, regardless of whether the player is left or right-handed.
- Set the uniformity luminance at the highest level.