To identify possible problems before they have an impact on field flow, algorithms quickly examine the data acquired by the 2Way devices in relation to the rest of the field.
These are shown as icons of various colors on a live map that may be viewed on tablets, smartphones, the PC in the pro shop, or the Tagmarshal dashboard.
This implies that Tagmarshal takes care of pace monitoring for you rather than having a huge staff of marshals physically walk the course looking for problems.
One person can do this objectively and accurately from the golf office (or somewhere else) and send someone to the playing group that is out of position to help them.
These discussions are neutral and take less time than in the past because players are eager to cooperate, plus they have objective facts to refer to.
The 2Way displays from Tagmarshal also support 2Way messaging, so your team can ask the playing group to retake position by sending a direct message to them.
The data gathered by the 2Way screens gives course management crucial information on how to optimize flow, set up pace control, and monitor GPS golf carts in advance.
Smaller teams will be able to do more in the long run because of the entire operational visibility and management capabilities it will provide.