ABOUT GOLFLER

Golfler is an application that routes food and beverage orders from a mobile device to a course clubhouse. Golfers can pre-order food and beverage to be ready at the turn or have items delivered on demand anywhere on the course.
The Future of Golf

Golfler app provides players with a more enjoyable golf experience by marrying modern technology with on-course luxury, while maximizing course owners’ bottom line. Golfers can look forward to faster, more enjoyable rounds and on-course food, beverage and equipment purchases. Course owners can look forward to smoother flow of golf groups, easier course and club management and increased profits across the board.

  • Arnold Palmer’s 10 RULES “FORE” GOOD GOLF ETIQUETTE

    I. DON’T BE THE SLOWEST PLAYER In my casual games at Bay Hill, we get around in under four hours — and that’s in fivesomes. Evaluate your pace of play honestly and often, and if you’re consistently the slowest one in your group, you’re a slow player, period. Encourage everyone to move quickly enough so you find yourself right behind the group in front several times, both early and late in the round. Remember the old staples of getting around…

    Golf Related Advice Jan 13, 2016
  • There’s an app for that

      There’s an app for that Columns – Game Plan Various estimates put the number of apps at more than 2.5 million, up from about 800 in 2008, when software designed to run on smartphones and other mobile devices first burst onto the scene. Research giant Nielsen reports that 89 percent of consumers’ media time is now spent on mobile apps. Henry DeLozier Various estimates put the number of apps at more than 2.5 million, up from about 800 in…

    Food and Beverage Nov 5, 2015
10 Rules Fore Good Golf Etiquette by Arnold Palmer
Golf Related Advice

Arnold Palmer’s 10 RULES “FORE” GOOD GOLF ETIQUETTE

I. DON’T BE THE SLOWEST PLAYER In my casual games at Bay Hill, we get around in under four hours — and that’s in fivesomes. Evaluate your pace of play honestly and often, and if you’re consistently the slowest one in your group, you’re a slow player, period. Encourage everyone to move quickly enough so you find yourself right behind the group in front several times, both early and late in the round. Remember the old staples of getting around…

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Food and Beverage

There’s an app for that

  There’s an app for that Columns – Game Plan Various estimates put the number of apps at more than 2.5 million, up from about 800 in 2008, when software designed to run on smartphones and other mobile devices first burst onto the scene. Research giant Nielsen reports that 89 percent of consumers’ media time is now spent on mobile apps. Henry DeLozier Various estimates put the number of apps at more than 2.5 million, up from about 800 in…

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Food and Beverage

The Younger Generation of Golf Fans Have Arrived and They’re Here to Stay

They’re young, they’re boisterous, and they are here to stay. The new generation of golf fans have arrived and rightfully so. The game of golf has never been in a better state and it’s surprisingly thanks to a bunch of 20-something year olds. 27-year-old Jason Day has shown his dominance as of late with the impressive run he has put together. 22-year-old Jordan Spieth proved how special he is by winning the first two majors of the year and adding…

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Beer Delivery Drone

Having a little fun on the course with the beer delivery drone! You’ll get a nice laugh at the end. Cheers! DISCLAIMER NO STAFF WAS INJURED IN THE DRONE TESTING PROCESS (and if they were – after a few beers they forgot all about it). http://golfler.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Drone.m4v

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Golf Related Advice

Know Your Botanical Golf Hazards “FORE” an Itch & Pain-Free Summer of Golf

We’ve all at some point in time, gone in search of a lost golf ball; sometimes tho — we unknowingly ended up finding more than we bargained for! Because what appeared to be harmless foliage, was in fact Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, or Poison Sumac. Read on to find out if that greenery is indeed just harmless weeds and leaves or something a little more sinister… Although poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac may look different, the root of the…

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Food and Beverage

14 “Tee”-rrific Father’s Day Gifts “Fore” Golf Obsessed Dads

Father’s Day is right around the corner, and to help you folks out in the gift ideas department, we’ve put together this list of suggestions that are sure to be a hit with any dad. The gifts range in price points, so if money is a bit tight, you can still get good ol’ dad something that looks like it cost a small fortune, without actually breaking the bank (thus avoiding going broke and having to move back in with dad)…that’s a gift he…

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Pace of Play

Why America fell out of love with golf

By Drew Harwell A decade ago, when the golf course was a de facto playground for the professional set and a young Californian named Tiger Woods was the world’s best player, golf looked like an unassailable national undertaking, and corporate players were champing at the bit to get in. But the business behind one of America’s most slow-going, expensive and old-fashioned pastimes has rapidly begun to fall apart. TaylorMade-Adidas Golf, the world’s biggest maker of golf clubs and clothes, saw…

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History

Women and the History of Mini Golf

  Whether you call it “mini golf,” “putt putt,” or “a cheap date,” the miniaturized sport has been popular since the 19th century. Mini golf might be a lot older than you thought.  The oldest mini golf course in existence can actually be found in Scotland: The Ladies’ Putting Club of St. Andrews was formed in 1867 as a members-only green for women golfers. Of course, the club was a result of the conventions of the day that decreed it…

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Food and Beverage

The Secret Life of Cart Girls

BY: KEELY LEVINS PHOTOS BY CY CYR April 2015 The perfect cart girl has a soft smile, but thick skin. All the ruthless flirting and unwanted come-ons—just how bad, and bawdy, does it really get? As a 24-year-old female on the Golf Digest editorial staff, I was the best person to find out. With the tacit cooperation of two courses in Arizona, I went undercover behind the wheel for three days. The names in this story have been changed, but the…

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Pace of Play

The R&A announces results of pace of play survey and plans for industry forum

    The R&A has announced the results of a pace of play survey, with an industry forum to discuss the findings planned for later in the year. The survey received more than 56,000 responses from golfers in 122 countries between September 2014 and March 2015. It was carried out by The R&A as part of its efforts to investigate the issues affecting golf and the extent to which they impact on participation in the sport. The survey revealed that while…