With a digital banguide through GLFR, you can deliver the best possible service to your members and guests.
The app not only gives the golfer a detailed overview of the individual holes, but also offers a full range of features that make the round easier:
A printed course guide is a big part of your image and therefore it’s important that you get it just the way you want it. Therefore, you handle the content in the guide, from the front cover image and the welcome text to the type of distance markers and how your sponsors are exposed.
We like updated course guides that accurately reflect both the course, sponsors and advertisers. Therefore, there is no minimum number of printed course guides, you order yourself when you want to order and where you want to get them printed.
Nice tee signs are an important part of the players’ experience on the course, so it’s important that you get them as you want them.
With Course Manager, you can get new hole pics for your tees every time you make a change – absolutely free of charge. So now it’s over with old, worn out signs that do not show exactly what the players have to expect.
A nice overview map of the facility ensures that players on the course always can find what they are looking for. Whether it’s the way to the 13th tee in a tournament with shotgun start or shelter from the rain in the middle of the round, an informative overview map is the key.
With our overview map, you can offer the players exactly the information that is most important for an overview of the facility. All your courses, practice areas, etc. is included on the map along with intuitive icons and text labels. It not only gives a good overview, but is also a good way for you to show everything the facility has to offer.
With Course Manager, you will be able to communicate directly with the players using your digital course guides. Directly from the platform, you can send short messages from, for example, the Club, Head Pro, shop, restaurant or greenkeeper, to the players’ smartphones, where they will receive your message.
For example, messages like:
Sponsors are a major part of most golf clubs’ finances, and therefore it’s a major part of the Course Manager. With information from our customers, we have built the platform so that you can market your sponsors and advertisers in the best possible way – both in print and smartphone.
Course Manager makes it easy for you to update the information from a sponsor during the season or maybe completely change the sponsor. This will ensure satisfied sponsors and advertisers who get value for money and stay long-term partners!
The quick and easy way to replace sponsors, coupled with being able to print small editions, opens the possibility for event-specific course guides on both print and smartphone.
With a few clicks on the platform you can make a course guide especially for a corporate golf or tournament where one or more sponsors will also be offered additional exposure. It’s a great service to your customers and gives you a whole new revenue stream on your course guides.
Our digital course guide app is a display window for the club. In the app, players can find inspiration for clubs he / she wants to play, and therefore you should be able to show your facility in the best possible way and make it easy for the player to choose yours!
You can keep all club information updated directly on the platform. Upload new nice images during the season, inform about club, shop and restaurant opening hours, club activities and much more. We make it as easy as possible for players to find you so that you can get as many satisfied players as possible on the course.
With Course Manager it’s finally over with the old, out of date course guides. You have full control of the content of the course guides, including course data, and can therefore make sure all changes are included – from a moved tee to a newly constructed lake.
Our Course Manager app is your tool for updating the holes directly in field. With the app in your hand, you measure new elements (such as a bunker or an extended fairway) by driving, walking or running around it, and a moment after, you’re ready to send a new course guide to production – both in print and digital.
Other changes can be done directly on the computer, for example, to mark a temporary area under construction or remove trees that have fallen under a storm.
With the detailed measurements you make for the course guide, it was obvious for us to add features to make the greenkeeper work easier. Therefore, Course Manager today offers a number of features to greenkeepers, who utilize the digital working method we work with. Greenkeepers get: