March Tip for Course Owners and Managers: Invest 3 days to increase annual revenue!

March Tip for Course Owners and Managers: Invest 3 days to increase annual revenue!

If you invest just 3 days at the start of your season, you will be in a position to increase your number of rounds and revenue, and your investment will be quickly returned.


Here are the Cliff Notes…



**Owners and managers don’t typically see slow play as their #1 problem. They see filling the tee sheet as their #1 problem. That’s because they don’t have to play the course late Saturday morning.


**Players absolutely hate slow play! This is their #1 dislike. Why is this important to owners and managers? Because waiting on every shot makes players frustrated and angry. And frustrated and angry players play less golf. They also feel that whatever the green fee was, it was too much for the value they got from their round.


**If round times at your course are short in the early morning and long by late morning, not only do your players not know how much time to budget, but also the late morning players really resent getting a lower quality product than the early players…and paying the same green fee for the privilege!


**Your course reputation isn’t established just by your marketing team; it’s established by your players…and potential players.


And here’s what you need to do…


Visit our Contact Us page, and call or email to find out exactly how you can improve the pace and flow of play on your course.

Know that in just three days we can reduce round times and also make them more consistent throughout the day.

Realize that you will be starting the season with a much larger inventory of high quality starting times that will be easier to fill.

Be thrilled when this brings you more revenue, more loyal customers, and a great reputation!


Tip by Bill Yates, Pace Manager Systems


  • "We cut more than 30 minutes off our average 18-hole round."

    Dane Bohrer, PGA, General Manager

  • "Our pace of play is much better and our members love it."

    Alice Plain, PGA, Director of Golf

    Vail Golf Club, Colorado
  • "Bill Yates is the Guru of pace of play."

    Paul Spengler, Executive VP

    Pebble Beach Golf Links, California
  • "Bill Yates unquestionably provides the most enlightening analysis of pace of play I have ever seen."

    Terry Florence, Director of Golf

    Wild Dunes Golf Resort, South Carolina
  • "What Bill did for us was fantastic. Every golf course should adopt his approach."

    Rod Cochrane, General Manager

    Predator Ridge Resort, British Columbia
  • "I can’t thank you enough for what you’ve done for us."

    Shawn Smith, Director of Golf

    Pebble Beach Resort, California
  • "It’s the best money I’ve ever spent. It’s like you’ve given me an additional course to use."

    Perry Cooper, Golf Manager

    Jasper Park Lodge, Canada
  • "We have now put 3:57 on all our range balls."

    Alan McGregor, General Manager

    St Andrews, Scotland
  • "Your training sharpened our focus on quality."

    Nathan Stith, Director of Golf

    Doral Golf Resort and Spa, Florida
  • "Thanks to Pace Manager, we can now communicate with each other and our guests with facts."

    Brian Shaw, Head Golf Professional

    Doonbeg Golf Club, Ireland
  • "Our members and guests couldn’t be more pleased!"

    Cary Corbitt, Director of Sports & Operations

    Harbour Town Golf Links, South Carolina
  • "Your program was not an expense; it was a sound investment."

    Terry Boldt, Golf Division Manager

    City of Calgary Municipal Courses, Canada
  • "Magnifique!"

    Alexis Davet, General Manager

    Golf de la Grande Bastide, Provence
  • "You’ve made a great difference. I always recommend you to other courses."

    Frank Jemsek, Owner

    Cog Hill Country Club, Illinois
  • "Thanks to you, we have experienced two magical years of smooth flowing golf and exceptional pace"

    Steve Harker, Mgr. Performance Excellence

    Osprey Ridge at Disney World, Florida
  • "We continue to see marked improvement and exceptional quality."

    Gregg Lindquist, General Manager

    Desert Willow Golf Resort, California
  • "Thanks to you, the pace of play was better than it’s been in years, even during the Thursday and Friday rounds."

    Dawn Coe-Jones, LPGA Tour Player

    U.S. Women's Open Championship, Pumpkin Ridge, Oregon
  • "The pace of play in this championship was better than it has ever been."

    David Pepper, R&A Championship Comm. Chair

    The Open Championship, Muirfield, Scotland

Client Courses

  • Wild Dunes Golf Resort

    Charleston, South Carolina

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