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With slow “Pace of Play” being one of the main threats to golf, Course Ranger® enables club managers take control of the problem and make a real difference.

Why choose Course Ranger?

Why Choose COURSE RANGER® for your Club

  • Comprehensive Live Data Analytics on all rounds
  • Reduction on round times
  • Enhancing the golfers experience
  • Creating the opportunity for additional full price tee-off times
  • Quick and easy Installation
  • Multiple pace of play settings
  • Customization to your design

What’s required to operate COURSE Ranger® 

  • Integrated Members & Visitors tag straps
  • On course Mini Post or Signal Post
  • Course Ranger® software

How it works

Our patented tag and intelligent signal post system allows you track the pace of play of all golfers and indicate to them if they are out of position. Our solar powered system will allow easy installation in even the most remote parts of the course.

Course Ranger® will enable golfers to self assess their pace of play and increase their pace if required. When a group is out of position, a notification will be sent to the on course staff.

GREEN Light Notification means…

  • You are NOT out of position with the Pace of Play
  • You are keeping the appropriate distance with the group in front

AMBER Light Notification means…

  • You are falling out of position and behind the Pace of Play
  • You are not keeping the appropriate distance with the group in front

RED Light Notification means…

  • You are out of position and too far behind the Pace of Play
  • You are not keeping the appropriate distance with the group in front
  • A notifications will be sent to the on course staff and alert them to your slow play

How does it work?

1. The Course Ranger® system is installed in the club house.

2. Each year members are given a Course Ranger® Tag (CR Tag) with their annual subscription. Visitors are given a Short Life Disposable Course Ranger® Tag when they check in.

3. The course is fitted with 18 of our solar on-course posts at the start of each cut fairway.

4. The on course posts receive data from the Course Ranger® Tag (CR Tag) of who is approaching

5. The on course posts send the data to the Course Ranger® system and determines what light signal is appropriate

6. The Course Ranger® system instructs the on course post to display the appropriate light signal

7. The Course Ranger® system populates all the data analytics for the App 8. Where appropriate the Course Ranger®App notifies the course staff of delays

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