Tagmarshal to Showcase Remarkable Results for Clubs, Courses & Resorts at 2020 PGA Merchandise Show, Booth 3023 and at Education Seminar for Operators, PGA Professionals, Club & Resort Managers
Thursday, January 23, 12:30-1:30 Room WF3 West Hall East
Orlando, FL – Tagmarshal, the global leader in golf course intelligence software will again exhibit at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show and welcome course operators, PGA Professionals, club and resort managers and the media to its booth #3023, – the same location as last year – just off the main walkway.
“The past year the company achieved remarkable results for many of America’s most elite venues as well as many grass-root facilities. Real, actionable and proven solutions have improved pace and flow of play, enhancing the player experience. This has translated into Tagmarshal growing at a formidable rate – more than double last year’s impressive results,” noted Bodo Sieber, Tagmarshal CEO.
Tagmarshal’s success is rooted in the positive impact it has on player satisfaction – while driving operational efficiency and generating additional revenue.
The company will host an insightful Education Seminar for Show attendees with Expert Guests, Jim Lombardo (Erin Hills) and Ryan Fountaine (Baltusrol), who along with Bodo Sieber, Tagmarshal CEO and Co-Founder, will discuss “Pace and Flow of Play, the Key Player Experience for the Modern Golfer.” This session will focus on:
- How to optimally manage pace of play (do’s/don’ts)
- Insights from data and USGA research
- How to optimize savings and unlock significant revenue
In addition, Bodo Sieber will describe how Tagmarshal’s proven ability to optimize on-course operations have been embraced by famous clubs including the likes of Whistling Straits, Erin Hills, Kiawah Island, Pinehurst, East Lake, Baltusrol, Quaker Ridge, Valhalla, Calusa Pines, Skokie, and Conway Farms, but more importantly, many regular daily fee and private facilities across the U.S.
Golf operators who are serious about improving the golfer experience at their operations in 2020, will want to make sure they don’t miss out on what promises to be the event of the Show – the Tagmarshal Education session taking place on January 23 at 12:30. Seats are filling up quickly, so it’s best to register in advance on tagmarshal.com to avoid disappointment on the day.
Tagmarshal will also be hosting a series of Expert sessions at its booth throughout the Show, with the Tagmarshal team and leading Industry Experts such as Professor Kris Schoonover discussing the USGA Research, “Defining the Golfer Experience” and Jon Schultz, EZLOCATOR, discussing “The Connected Course.” Learn more about these and other exciting events on tagmarshal.com
Real-time data collected by the system using small “tags” clipped onto golf bags, installed in buggies or offered on handheld or cart-installed proprietary 2Way screen devices, transmits information to on-course staff or personnel in the pro shop identifying groups that are out of position before issues arise. Player assistants can then intervene in a proactive, objective, non-confrontational manner resulting in improved player experience, consistent round times and player time freed up to purchase on-site food and beverage items as well as opportunities for additional tee sheet capacity.
“The company has tracked and improved over 10 million rounds of golf with the clear goal to optimize golfer experiences everywhere. USGA research shows that good pace and flow of play are key experience factors to the modern golfer and a non-negotiable on-course service delivery component,” Sieber said.
In the past year, Tagmarshal established partnerships with ten PGA sections across the United States and is currently working with the European Tour and other organizations to assist with pace and tournament optimization during its 2019-2020 season.
Tagmarshal management will be at Booth # 3023 Wednesday through Friday (January 22, 23 & 24). Industry attendees may schedule an appointment with Tom L. Cox, VP-Sales, North America email@example.com (678-907-0777) or Bodo Sieber, CEO firstname.lastname@example.org. Media may contact: Les Schupak email@example.com (914-774-6060).