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
USGA. Pace of Play
Food and Beverage

Slow Play Chronicles: Golfer confronted, brandishes a gun

By John Strege Slow play is a scourge, but in one case earlier this week it became a dangerous scourge when a golfer confronted about his pace of play brandished a gun. It happened at Stanley Golf Course, a public facility in New Britain, Conn. The man, identified by NBC Connecticut as Alejandro Baeza, 22, of Wethersfield, was arrested and charged with second-degree threatening and breach of peace. “Words were exchanged about golf etiquette and playing through,” New Britain Police…

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…

Mother’s Day Gift Guide “Fore” the Style Savvy Moms that Golf
Mother’s Day Gift Guide “Fore” the Style Savvy Moms that Golf
Golf Related Advice

Mother’s Day Gift Guide “Fore” the Style Savvy Moms that Golf

   Whether it’s Mother’s Day or any other day of the year, it’s important to always let your mother know just how much she means to you. So, this Mother’s Day, give your stylish mom a gift that’s equal parts feminine, fashionable & functional! *Click on the photo to shop that item! Happy Mother’s Day to all of the chic and stylish moms out there! ♥

Permanent Link to Trump’s Doral Golf Resort Returns to Grandeur with New Tech
Technology and Mobile

Trump’s Doral Golf Resort Returns to Grandeur with New Tech

A dated resort becomes revitalized thanks to a massive technological facelift. By Wylie Wong Time had not been kind to Doral Golf Resort & Spa nea Read More r Miami. Built in 1962, the sprawling 800-acre retreat was once the epitome of luxury. But in the decades since, its décor had become outdated, and the property had lost some of its splendor. So who better to restore the resort to its former glory than new owner Donald Trump? A Five-Star…

Frustrated Michael Jordan looking to build his own golf course (cites pace of play)
Frustrated Michael Jordan looking to build his own golf course (cites pace of play)
Pace of Play

Frustrated Michael Jordan looking to build his own golf course (cites pace of play)

Michael Jordan is fed up. The Hall of Famer is tired of the pace of play at the Bear’s Club, a golf resort near his South Florida home — ironic since it’s already an exclusive club with initiation fees just south of $100,000,according to Golf.com. Luckily for him, though, he has some extra money to splurge, which has sparked an outlandish idea: Why not build his own golf course from scratch? Jordan has always been known for his competitive streak, but…