ORLANDO, Fla. – Full Swing Simulators and GolfNow are inviting golf course operators to discover the potential of simulation as an instruction, entertainment and, more importantly, revenue-generator for their businesses by attending one of four Virtual Happy Hours and swing simulator demonstrations, Aug. 19 and 27.
Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose are among the top pros that endorse Full Swing Simulators as their number-one alternative to a traditional round of golf or practice session – or just to enjoy with the family. Today’s player continues to look for different ways to enjoy the game when they can’t be outside on the golf course, and Full Swing Simulators – as the Official Simulator Partner of GolfNow and GOLF Channel – provides forward-thinking golf course operators another revenue-generating option to keep their golfers coming back.
The Virtual Happy Hours are open to all operators and will take place on 5 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time on both dates. Virtual attendees will be taken inside Full Swing’s state-of-the-art demonstration room and lounge inside its Carlsbad, Calif., headquarters, while enjoying their favorite cocktail during the demonstration.*
Operators must RSVP by Aug. 12 to secure a spot by clicking here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JRBF2X7
*Alcoholic drink distribution subject to attendee location and local laws/regulations. 1 drink per facility limit.
GolfNow is an innovative technology company that creates seamless ways for golfers and golf courses to better connect. GolfNow operates the largest online tee-time marketplace in the world, offering 3.5 million registered golfers a variety of ways to stay connected to their favorite courses and the ability to easily book tee times online and via mobile devices any time of day. GolfPass members receive special playing perks through GolfNow, including tee time credit and rewards. GolfNow, part of the NBC Sports Group with offices in Orlando, Fla., and Belfast, Northern Ireland, also provides technology, support and marketing services to more than 9,000 golf courses in 24 countries around the world.
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GOLF Channel Communications