ABOUT GOLFLER

Golfler is an award winning software development Company that builds cloud based golf course management solutions.
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.

  • J is for Customer Journey…

      J is for Customer Journey… August 13, 2017 This week we were struggling to for an idea to write about for the letter ‘J’, but thanks to a brain wave from friend of The Revenue Club, this blog is all about a golfer’s journey to booking a tee time. The journey a golfer takes to book a tee time has significantly changed over the past 15 years, primarily due to the internet and mobile phones. Although we have talked a lot about…

    Golf Course Management Solutions Technology and Mobile Tee Times Aug 21, 2017
  • The Debate Over Third-Party Tee- Time Services: Companies like GolfNow are worrying some in the industry

      If you browse through the tee-time listings at GolfNow.com, in most markets you’ll likely find some sensational bargains. At the Tanglewood Resort north of Dallas you could have booked an 18-hole round for your foursome at 1:28 p.m. Friday for $10 per person. The tee times immediately before and after 1:28 p.m. were offered at $36. At the Silverthorn Country Club north of Tampa, you could have booked an 8 a.m. tee time Friday for $15. The standard rate for…

    Golf Course Management Solutions Jul 4, 2017
Golf Course Management Solutions Technology and Mobile Tee Times

J is for Customer Journey…

  J is for Customer Journey… August 13, 2017 This week we were struggling to for an idea to write about for the letter ‘J’, but thanks to a brain wave from friend of The Revenue Club, this blog is all about a golfer’s journey to booking a tee time. The journey a golfer takes to book a tee time has significantly changed over the past 15 years, primarily due to the internet and mobile phones. Although we have talked a lot about…

WSJ
Golf Course Management Solutions

The Debate Over Third-Party Tee- Time Services: Companies like GolfNow are worrying some in the industry

  If you browse through the tee-time listings at GolfNow.com, in most markets you’ll likely find some sensational bargains. At the Tanglewood Resort north of Dallas you could have booked an 18-hole round for your foursome at 1:28 p.m. Friday for $10 per person. The tee times immediately before and after 1:28 p.m. were offered at $36. At the Silverthorn Country Club north of Tampa, you could have booked an 8 a.m. tee time Friday for $15. The standard rate for…

pittsgaz
Golf Course Management Solutions

Digital Disillusion: Third party booking sites pose dilemma for local golf courses

  GERRY DULAC Pittsburgh Post-Gazette gdulac@post-gazette.com It hap­pened with ho­tels, air­line travel and even restau­rants. Now it is hap­pen­ing with golf courses. Con­sum­ers are dis­cov­er­ing that book­ing tee times, es­pe­cially at courses close to home, is get­ting eas­ier, cheaper and more con­ve­nient on­line, some­times find­ing deals that are down­right ri­dic­u­lous. Third-party tee time sell­ers such as GolfNow.com and TeeOff.com, which tip­toed onto the scene al­most a de­cade ago, have be­come such a dom­i­nat­ing pres­ence in the world of pub­lic golf…

PGA Article Online Tee times
Golf Course Management Solutions

Guidelines for Online Distribution of Tee Time Reservations

BY: PGA OF AMERICA The following guidelines have been adopted by the National Golf Course Owners Association and are endorsed by the PGA of America for consideration by golf course owners or managers (“Owners”) in regards to each Owner’s relationship with third party online booking agents or intermediaries (“Online Agents”) for tee time reservations (“Reservations”). 1. Open Marketplace. Non-exclusive contracts between Owners and Online Agents promote competition because they allow Owners to offer Reservations through multiple Online Agents. Where vendors…

Blog. Young Golf
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…

All-encompassing mobile solutions mean growth for golf clubs
Technology and Mobile

All-encompassing mobile solutions mean growth for golf clubs

About 26 million people in the U.S. alone play golf at least occasionally. Moreover, the U.S. golf economy has an estimated size of about $70 billion (and growing). No wonder mobile solutions for golf clubs are such a hot commodity. I have in mind all-encompassing mobile tech solutions, not just separate mobile apps. Golfers are as much as anyone else becoming more and more tech savvy and they look for real-time solutions to their momentary wishes and especially comfort. In 2015, this can be…

blog november
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…