Every Golfer’s Guide To Remaining On Pace… And Every Administrator’s Tool To Monitor Them
We offer a simple course management and monitoring system. Our device helps:
Golfers reduce pace or learn proper pace
Golfers visually keep their pace
Pros monitor course plays
Incentivize on-pace groups after round with rewards back at pro-shop. Guide them to buy your merchandise.
Regional tournament officials monitor play from anywhere
About the PaceKeeper
A SIMPLE, NONCONFRONTATIONAL visual aid that can help golf groups know if they are on pace or behind so they can act accordingly
A versatile and interchangeable monitoring device that can fit on bags, walking carts, and riding carts
An easy-to-use tool that helps course pros, managers, rangers, starters track speed of play.
A unique marketing tool designed to get players back to the pro shop to buy merchandise, book another round, and more
A software system that provides analytic data to help improve course management
How It Works
Clipped to the riding cart, walking cart, or golf bag, the PaceKeeper BagTag changes color based on the group's pace of play.
Green means on pace; yellow means slightly behind pace: red means the player should speed it up. Oh...and PURPLE means WEATHER WARNING and all should return to the clubhouse.
After a one-time remote programming of your course by the PaceKeeper staff, our GPS technology and algorithms do the rest. All the administrator (e.g. starter, ranger, pro shop) needs to do each day is to assign an ID with the tee time and player name. They can see on their online dashboard who is green, yellow, or red, and take appropriate action.
The PaceKeeper does not require full fleet distribution. Strategically provide it to beginner golfers, early morning pace setters, every fourth group, or even to known slowpokes. The whole group will see the yellow and red light and will know to move it along.
The PaceKeeper is designed to work in tee-time as well as shotgun formats. It also allows 27 Hole facilities to prompt, track and incentivize proper pace of play.
Monitor The Action By the Starter, Ranger, and Pro Shop
From any location, your screen provides a bird’s eye view of the course as well as the status and pinpoint locations of all devices. The group-defined colored pins show the status of all the PaceKeepers in action: green, yellow, and red.
You can then decide whether to take action, thus making your staff's job more efficient. The forthcoming versions of the PaceKeeper will provide analytical data of the following:
The time played by hole
The information to change the hole to improve pace bottleneck problems
The time played by round according to time of day with three-hour intervals, and according to the day of week
And much more....
What A Director Of Golf Likes About Pacekeeper
“PaceKeeper is a great reminder for golfers… A lot of the golfers really like it.”
“PaceKeeper helps us spot issues on the golf course…It’s a good tool for us”
“With this tool my ranger is on the spot when there is an issue, not roaming around somewhere but is right where he needs to be”
“I was happy that my staff could be on the scene when issues were happening…Before PaceKeeper came along we couldn’t do that”
“We take the pace of play seriously here…”
Director Of Golf, Virtues Golf Course, Nashport, OH
“The PaceKeeper is very useful in monitoring in real-time what is going on out on the course and letting players know whether their pace is acceptable. I love that it is pretty much entirely automated…”
Executive Director, Iowa Golf Association
"The PaceKeepers work great for us helping track where our groups are on the course and to catch a slow group early in the round rather than later. The Pro Shop closing employees also like using them so that they can keep tabs on when the last cart for the night will be coming in."
PGA Head Golf Professional, Black Swan Country Club, Georgetown, MA
“The PaceKeeper is a great way to keep track of what’s going on out on the course and allows us to act on any issues before they become bigger. It simply makes ensuring pace of play on the course more efficient.”