CEO of Tagmarshal, Bodo Sieber, returned on GOLFWRXs “The 19th Hole” with Michael Williams podcast. As golf courses in the US have started reopening, based on local and regional #SafeGolf guidelines, social distancing has become a critical part of the discussion, in terms of how golf operators can incorporate this into their daily operations.
On the show, Sieber discusses how Tagmarshal is helping golf courses globally to incorporate social distancing, and doing more with less available resources, to provide a safe player environment.
Listen to the interview which starts at 26.40:
To learn more about how Tagmarshal improves the golfer experience, through on-course optimization, watch the free demo here.
Tagmarshal has tracked over 10 million rounds of golf. 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 support in a proactive, objective, non-confrontational manner resulting in improved player experience, consistent round times and player time freed up to enjoy on-site food and beverage items as well as opportunities for additional tee sheet capacity.
More than 25 of the top 100 US courses partner with Tagmarshal including over 250 leading courses globally.