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.

  • Michigan State’s Conquer Accelerator Announces 2017 Participants

    Earlier this month, the Michigan State University-backed Conquer accelerator program announced the five startups that will spend the summer pushing their products and technologies to market. Starting in June, Conquer participants will begin the 10-week incubation program. What makes Conquer different from many other university accelerators is its accessibility. Even though the program is administered by MSU, it’s open to any startup seeking to overcome obstacles to commercialization, regardless of college affiliation. Each Conquer startup gets $20,000 in seed capital…

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  • Wayne Law alums leading successful startup app for golfers

    January 26, 2017 Over the coming months, look for videos, stories and events that feature some of the many Wayne State initiatives and passionate individuals committed to impacting their communities through innovation and entrepreneurship. This content is part of WSU’s Warriors in Action campaign highlighting how Wayne State is making a difference. Just two weeks after launching its app for golfers, Detroit-based tech startup Golfler won the Top Buyers Choice Award out of more than 200 exhibitors at the 2015 PGA Fashion & Demo…

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Michigan State’s Conquer Accelerator Announces 2017 Participants

Earlier this month, the Michigan State University-backed Conquer accelerator program announced the five startups that will spend the summer pushing their products and technologies to market. Starting in June, Conquer participants will begin the 10-week incubation program. What makes Conquer different from many other university accelerators is its accessibility. Even though the program is administered by MSU, it’s open to any startup seeking to overcome obstacles to commercialization, regardless of college affiliation. Each Conquer startup gets $20,000 in seed capital…

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Wayne Law alums leading successful startup app for golfers

January 26, 2017 Over the coming months, look for videos, stories and events that feature some of the many Wayne State initiatives and passionate individuals committed to impacting their communities through innovation and entrepreneurship. This content is part of WSU’s Warriors in Action campaign highlighting how Wayne State is making a difference. Just two weeks after launching its app for golfers, Detroit-based tech startup Golfler won the Top Buyers Choice Award out of more than 200 exhibitors at the 2015 PGA Fashion & Demo…

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GOLFLER: ENHANCE YOUR GOLF EXPERIENCE

GOLFLER: ENHANCE YOUR GOLF EXPERIENCE Posted on Saturday, November 5th, 2016 by Toby Sanders Golfing is so many people’s past time, and there are a lot of components to golf that make it great. But what’s going to make golfing better? Downloading Golfler! It’s Hole in One Whether you’re a professional or just enjoy a weekly round of golf, it can be a sport for everyone. But what could possibly improve your golf game, besides some lessons or new clubs?…

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MEET THE 36 SEMI-FINALISTS OF ACCELERATE MICHIGAN

MEET THE 36 SEMI-FINALISTS OF ACCELERATE MICHIGAN By Amanda Lewan on October 11th, 2016  Accelerate Michigan is back next month and one luck startup will have the change to win the state’s largest cash prize, $500K, to fuel their companion’s growth. The Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition announced 36 finalists who will be competing for the first place prize, and runner up cash prizes. Nearly 200 companies spanning nine high growth sectors applied from all across the state. Advancing companies maintained an average…

Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition selects 36 semifinalists
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Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition selects 36 semifinalists

By Chris Ehrmann October 07, 2016 3:26 p.m. Thirty-six semifinalists will compete in the seventh Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition for a grand prize of $500,000. The event will take place at Cobo Center on Nov. 3, when the 36 companies have the chance to win the grand prize; $100,000 for second place; and $50,000 for third place. There will also be highlight prizes worth $25,000 each. Almost 200 companies from around the state and country entered into the competition from…

GOLFLER TO COMPETE IN TECHWEEK CHICAGO LAUNCH COMPETITION ON THUR JUNE 23
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GOLFLER Accepted to Compete in Techweek Chicago LAUNCH Competition

BIG & EXCITING NEWS to share! Chicago Tech Week organizers notified us that GOLFLER has been accepted to compete in their Techweek Chicago LAUNCH competition, taking place this Thursday, June 23rd! 🏆⛳📱 MORE INFO ABOUT: LAUNCH  http://techweek.com/launch/ TECHWEEK CHICAGO  http://techweek.com/chicago/               

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MSU Highlights New Campus-Born Technologies, Names Conquer Cohort

Sarah Schmid Stevenson April 18th, 2016 Michigan State University hosted an event last Thursday highlighting its most promising innovations, inventors, and spin-out startups, as well as the first cohort for its new Conquer Accelerator. Charlie Hasemann, the university’s assistant vice president for innovation and economic development and director of MSU’s Innovation Center, emphasized the highlighted technologies’ impact on the community at large. “These prolific inventors and thinkers are creating technologies that will improve the way people live and create a…

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Golfing app Golfler gets early funding ahead of future Series A round

Golfing app Golfler gets early funding ahead of future Series A round Andy BoxallIn App Deals November 10, 2015 Golf hospitality startup Golfler has completed an early funding round, in which it raised an undisclosed amount of investment, ahead of a Series A round expected early next year. The app recently took second place in a Google-sponsored competition for sports apps, just three weeks after it launched in March. The app connects golfers out on the course with the club’s…

App Startup Golfler Scores Early Birdies With Funding, Awards
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App Startup Golfler Scores Early Birdies With Funding, Awards

Sarah Schmid November 3rd, 2015 A Detroit-based startup’s golfing app, released in August, is already scoring major accolades: Google named it the second-best sports app for 2015, and the company beat out more than 200 exhibitors to win the top buyers’ choice award at a PGA conference two weeks after it launched. Golfler co-founder Jason Pearsall says his company’s app solves a problem for both its users (golfers) and its customers (golf courses)—how can golfers deep into playing an 18-hole…

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Mobile app designed to solve problems for golfers

By Frank Witsil, Detroit Free Press10:58 p.m. EDT October 31, 2015 (Photo: Golfler) 1CONNECT 8TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Like many entrepreneurs, Jason Pearsall started his company — which offers a mobile golf app — to solve a problem. The 31-year-old attorney, whose father was a golf course general manager, said he had given a lot of thought about mobile phones and the on-demand economy; and one day last fall, inspiration stuck. He was on a golf course with his buddies, chasing an attendant without success around the course to get some beers.…