January Tip for Players: Watch out for courses that are willing to "squeeze you in!"

January Tip for Players: Watch out for courses that are willing to

Being squeezed in to the starting time schedule may sound like a favor to you, but it will predictably turn out to be just the opposite. If you check out some of my articles in the News and Articles page of this website, you’ll understand how golf course managers need to control the first tee.


Squeezing you in to a tee sheet filled with groups will immediately overcrowd the course for you and the groups following you.  An overcrowded course is like an overcrowded freeway. You certainly don’t want to always be playing golf at rush hour…and waiting…and waiting…and waiting.


Tip by Bill Yates, Pace Manager Systems


  • "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
  • "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
  • "I can’t thank you enough for what you’ve done for us."

    Shawn Smith, Director of Golf

    Pebble Beach Resort, California

Client Courses

  • US Women's Open Championship

    Sebonack GC, Southampton, NY

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