Posted on May 29, 2008 in Site News by daniel1 Comment »

Yesterday at the Google I/O Conference, Google released the Google Earth plug-in.  It’s a downloadable plug-in for Windows-based browsers which allows users to view Google Earth content right in the browser!  It’s pretty slick.  For info about the plug-in can be found here.

In an effort to keep our site as useful as possible, we’ve integrated this into all of our course listings.  You can find a link to the plug-in as shown in the screenshot below:

Golf Nation - Google Earth plug-in

Clicking on the link will prompt you to install the plug-in, if you don’t already have it.  Once you’ve installed it, you can view the course details in 3D without leaving the site!  Here is a screenshot of that:

Slice of Google Earth plug-in

We hope you find this new feature useful.  If you have any questions or problems, please let us know.

One Response to “Golf Nation now features the new Google Earth Plug-in”

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