ABOUT THE WEBINAR
Watch this educational webinar featuring Expert Guest, Bodo Sieber, as he shares his unique insights on how multi-course owners (MCO’s) optimize their golf operations and the player experience.
Featuring our very own Joey Walters, Managing Director at Tagmarshal, as well as Alex O’ Connor, Manager, Marketing & Partnerships for the SWPGA section.
Topic: 5 Ways to optimize your operation – based on unique insights from multi-course owners!
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from the best!
Tagmarshal partners with top multi-course owners (MCO’s) such as the Kemper Group, Advance Golf, Jemsek, and Kohler, as well as partnering with the NGCOA, whose members include many high profile MCO’s, providing unique insights into the challenges and opportunities the industry currently faces – and how optimization provides the tools to manage and leverage these, to achieve success.
Hosted in partnership with the Southwest PGA Section.
Tagmarshal, the leader in golf course intelligence software, optimizes on-course operations.
The industry-trusted system provides full operational oversight and reporting, proactive, real-time management of field flow and data-driven management, which drives cost savings.
- Established in 2014, Tagmarshal’s headquarters are in Atlanta, GA
- Our office in Cork, Ireland focuses on the UK and Europe
- With operations in South Africa, supporting partners in SA and Australia.
- Tagmarshal has a Global reach: Partners in 9 countries and 4 continents.
To optimize on-course operations, using data driven management to increase efficiency, enhance player experiences and drive cost savings.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Bodo Sieber (CEO, Tagmarshal), Alex O’ Connor (SWPGA), and Joey Walters (Managing Director, Tagmarshal) opens up the floor to explore key strategies for optimizing operations – based on valuable MCO insights.
- Part 1
Top priorities for this season
- Part 2
Challenge 1: Player experience
- Part 3
Challenge 2: Efficiency and Labor Shortages
- Part 4
Opportunity 3: Optimizing tee sheet for additional capacity and high yield
- Part 5
The Future: The case for touchless golf
- Part 6