Beefy’s boost for GDScore
Story published at 13:05, Friday, August 8th, 2014
What do Sir Ian Botham, Arsenal star Aaron Ramsay and corporate giants Tesco and Barclays have in common?
They’ve all recently used the new GDScore live scoring system to give players on their golf days the pro tournament experience. And they’ve been joined by many other companies and leading Golf Clubs who have enhanced their events with GDScore.
Until now, live scoring has been an expensive luxury, which can be too costly for many Golf Clubs to justify. But GDScore, developed by Norfolk-based Golf Days UK, is a cost-effective answer to that dilemma.
It provides a flexible scoring system for all sorts of formats – from members’ regular events to the100-plus charity day or the yearly Pro-Am.
GDScore has great benefits for Golf Clubs, providing income opportunities through targeted advertising and corporate branding.
GDScore is simple to use. Each group of players is provided with a device to record their own scores and they can see the scores of other players or teams in the competition in real time.
The scores are transmitted to a live leaderboard in the clubhouse and they can also be seen through social media so friends and family can follow an event.
“GDScore is provided to Golf Clubs through a licence agreement, ” says Ben Phillips of Golf Days UK, “but for a limited period we may be able to offer some Clubs GDScore on a trial basis.”
Golf Days UK www.golfdaysuk.co.uk