I doubt it since the beauty of the result is in the eye of the beholder. That is we could have a field of view of said course but seeing such an expanse on your average screen could be annoying as you try to pick out what is on the small screen.
Try sharing what cameras you use now and consider a jump to newer HD camcorders as the bump in resolution may be needed here.
There are many people who are looking for a camcorder that will aid in our training. We participate in a sport called dog agility. It is very helpful to see a recording of our performance so that we can better train for future performances. In this sport which is done in a outdoor or indoor area measuring 100 feet by 100 feet. The human and dog run, the handler directing the dog over an obstacle course.
Ideally it would be great to set up the camcorder on a tripod for recording the performance. I have experienced people holding the camcorder and using the zoom in/out feature but when this is done often either the handler or the dog are in the picture and consequently you miss part of the performance. I suspect a wide angle lens is needed to get all the performance. Please note that there are occassions when you can recorder at a higher elevation but not always.
If you have recommendations for a camcorder that can do this, I would appreciate knowing which one(s).