If we told you that in China they’re busy building a par 3 hole where you hit the ball from the tee onto a green inside a noodle bowl, surrounded by water (and noodles), would you believe us? This is exactly what Schmidt-Curley is doing at the Mission Hills Golf Resort and, as expected, their problem was convincing people they were doing it.
Brian Curley approached us to create images and animations for three of the holes, so they could spread the word and show the world their big, if slightly madcap, idea. Our work has since been spread across social media and appeared on CNN, USA Today, ESPN, the Golf Channel and many industry publications. Our visuals also had another purpose, to attract sponsorship for each hole, which is much easier to do when the potential sponsor can see what the proposed hole looks like.
WHAT WE DID
3 x hole animations
12 x images
Arturs, Janis, Martins, Juris, Andrew
HOW LONG IT TOOK
The noodle bowl is 80m in diameter and the chopsticks are 75m long. They do things big in China!
It has been a great pleasure working with Andrew and the Harris Kalinka team. Their creative and technical abilities are immense and their service is swift and smooth. I strongly encourage anyone looking at their services to look no further. These guys are industry leaders and create a product of tremendous value.
Brian Curley ASGA, Co-Founder
Schmidt-Curley Design Inc.