Carthage golfers can pay by the hole starting June 1
“Big city or small, golfers’ lifestyles are changing, and courses are beginning to adapt,” says Quick.golf co-founder Harvey Silverman. “Mark Peterson at Carthage GC is leading a small technology revolution at this municipal course, introducing and integrating Quick.golf with his Gallus app as well as changing his PoS provider to Teesnap. Mark recognizes how introducing new technologies can differentiate his course from others in ways that increase revenue, offer alternative ways to play the game, and improve customer service. We’re thrilled Mark chose Quick.golf and look forward to working with him to give his customers a new way to play.”
“Harvey has been talking to me since last year about adding Quick.golf here at Carthage,” says Carthage GM Mark Peterson. “It wasn’t until we had a customer walk in one early evening recently, wanting to play just a few holes that I realized Harvey was right – there are golfers out there who want to play just a few holes at a time. It makes sense to me now to add Quick.golf – and even better that it integrates with our Gallus app. It will be fun to be the first course in the area with a pay-by-hole alternative that gives golfers another way to play and enjoy the great game of golf.”
About Quick.golf LLC: Quick.golf is golf’s contribution to the convenience revolution pioneered by services like Open Table and Lyft. Pay-by-hole golf is not new, but using technology to pair golfers who don’t have enough time to play a full round with golf courses that offer pay-by-hole makes it a viable way for many courses to promote and generate incremental revenue. Our web app is easy to implement and manage and is finding its way to both advanced-thinking course operators, and to golfers whose lifestyles demand an alternative to play the game. Contact Harvey Silverman at 650.362.3229, or firstname.lastname@example.org.