Golf Business Network is an organization that is made up of some of these golf leaders, especially PGA Professionals at private clubs across the country.
With a field of 24 PGA Professionals that all know one another, live scoring provided that extra element of competition and gamesmanship to keep things interesting as bragging rights were on the line.
“It was amazing to see how easy GolfEventGenius was to use during the course of the day,” says Mulcahy. “More importantly, it added tremendous value to the event as the players knew where they stood at all times by accessing the leaderboard from their phone.”
When groups finished, they gathered in the bar at the Waldorf for some post-round beverages and to view a live leaderboard that was connected to a TV in the room so everyone could observe where their team stood compared to the rest of the field.
The day was an all-around winner for the PGA Professionals as they enjoyed a great golf course, live scoring and some cold post-round beverages.