The year has started with a bang and the golf world looks to Orlando, Florida for the PGA Merchandise show, where the world’s top golf brands and key industry players converge end of January.
Could slowplay be costing your club over R1 million in revenue a year?
Real-time field management technology
like Tagmarshal allows marshals and course management to pre-empt slow play. Tagmarshal uses GPS-tracking technology and data-visualisation software for the efficient management of players, monitoring and planning. A real-time representation of the field is available at any time, and unique algorithms alert
marshals if a fourball is off the pace. The system ‘learns’ the unique pace of a particular course and marshals can confirm or overwrite alerts.
Tagmarshal is a proudly South African product developed in conjunction with local golf courses and professionals, and is the brainchild of local and international software developers.
SLOWPLAY IS EXPENSIVE
You can calculate its negative effect on your course revenue with a quick (and fun) online survey.
Here some anonymous results:
- R 1 919 248,00
Western Cape Course Club Manager
- R 2 463 136,00
Gauteng Course Committee Member
- R2 370 763,08
Average results across all data setsWant to find out how your course rates? Play the two minute survey game. You will be surprised how quickly slow play related challenges add up to be very costly!GET PLAYING ON: http://tagmarshal.com/clubgame
TAGMARSHAL enables course management and marshals to pre-empt slow play and ensure quality of play with realtime field management technology.
- field management with GPS tracking technology
- features unique data visualisation software that allows for efficient management, monitoring and planning
- state of the art GPS units and software give a real time reflection of the field at any time
- unique algorithms alert the marshal if a fourball is off the pace resulting in slow play – enabling him to action preemptive measures
- prevent bottlenecks and slow play delays, faster round speed on average
- the system ‘learns’ the unique pace of a particular course – a marshal can overwrite or confirm alerts