Tagmarshal announces new partnership with the Middle Atlantic PGA Section

Golf course optimization technology expert, Tagmarshal, is excited to announce its partnership with the Middle Atlantic PGA Section, as it looks to engage with and add value to PGA professionals across this region.

Tagmarshal’s technology provides courses with full, real-time operational oversight and reporting. Using a hybrid of advanced GPS technology and powerful algorithms based on data from more than 30 million rounds, managers can optimize on-course operations, effectively manage pace and flow of play to enhance the player experience, increase efficiency through automation and generate additional revenue.

The partnership with MAPGA encompasses sponsorship for the Central Chapter Spring Pro-Pro Meeting and Tournament held in April 2024, along with the sharing of educational opportunities, including online webinars and expert sessions.

“Being a partner of the Middle Atlantic PGA is significant to us, as it reflects our commitment to advancing the game of golf. We are enthusiastic about the chance to offer their members valuable, data-driven insights that will support them in achieving their goals,”  says Bodo Sieber, CEO, Tagmarshal

“The Middle Atlantic PGA is proud to partner with Tagmarshal, bridging tradition and technology for an enhanced golfing experience for our members,” says Collin Elphic, Director of Business Affairs, Middle Atlantic PGA

The partnership with the MAPGA Section builds on Tagmarshal’s existing partner network, which includes several PGA Sections, such as Illinois, New England, Metropolitan, Southwest, South Florida, Kentucky and the Pacific Northwest, as well as the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) and PGA Magazine.


Tagmarshal, the market leader in on-course optimization technology, provides courses with full, real-time operational oversight and reporting, giving golf operators the tools to manage pace and flow of play effectively, resulting in enhanced player experiences, increased efficiency through automation, and additional revenue generation.

Tagmarshal’s technology has collected over 1 billion data points from more than 50 million rounds of golf and has relationships with in excess of 500 partners, including Hazeltine, Whistling Straits, Baltusrol, Fieldstone, Bandon Dunes, Serenoa and Erin Hills.

Tagmarshal partners with several golf management groups, private, daily fee, public and resort courses, including 35 of the Top 100 US courses, as well as many $30-$50 green fee courses, which are seeing excellent results using the system.