If you play golf at Old Greenwood or Gray’s Crossing in Lake Tahoe this season, you may go home with a whole lot more than memories of the beautiful scenery and the enjoyment of a game well played. The Truckee, CA courses have installed high tech cameras to capture golfer’s shots, rewarding all players that hit a hole in one with a cash prize of $10,000, as well as a copy of the recorded video so that they can relive their incredible moment.
“At Tahoe Mountain Club, we take pride in providing the finest golf experience, which includes using the latest in technology. We are always looking for ways to provide our members and outing participants with a more enjoyable and enriching round of golf. We can now reward players with incredible prizes for hitting great golf shots. Every golfer wants to hit a hole in one and everyone wants to get paid like a pro for hitting one! We’re very excited to offer this fun amenity to our golf courses,” said Mike Valim, Group Sales Director.
Old Greenwood and Gray’s Crossing are partnering with technology provider Digital Golf Technologies (www.digitalgolftech.com) to offer the hole in one prizes “The use of technology in golf is really evolving,” said Matt Dribnak, Vice President at Digital Golf. “Offering big hole in one prizes is a great use of our technology and golfers love sharing the video of their hole in one’s on social media and with friends and family. Beyond offering hole in one prizes, the beauty of these courses are such that we may begin to broadcast the video from the course online.”
Golfers are also rewarded for great tee shots and the courses will be running various promotions throughout the season for even bigger cash prizes. The golf season is now underway at Old Greenwood and Gray’s Crossing. For more information visit www.golfintahoe.com.
About Digital Golf Technologies
Digital Golf Technologies (www.digitalgolftech.com) is based in Elmhurst, IL and rewards amateur golfers for making great golf shots each and every day. Their automated system makes it easy for golf facilities to make their golfers and members happy, and to book more outings.
COO, Digital Golf Technologies