County Phases in its Eight Golf Courses with GOLFNOW Technology; Pre-Paid Tee Time Technology Included in Safety Protocols
ORLANDO, Fla. (May 27, 2020) – As golf courses reopen across the state of Virginia and adjust operations to safely welcome back golfers, the Fairfax County Park Authority has partnered with GOLFNOW to connect its portfolio of eight golf courses with the millions of golfers shopping for tee times within the industry’s leading online marketplace every day. The Park Authority also will utilize GOLFNOW technology and services to help reopen and manage its golf business.
As new members of the GOLFNOW distribution platform, Fairfax County golf courses now will benefit from the industry’s leading tee-time booking engine technology, as well as inclusion within the world’s largest distribution marketplace. GOLFNOW also will provide marketing support and call center assistance as part of the partnership. As the Park Authority continues to implement protocols to ensure the safety of its staff and customers, GOLFNOW technology has provided a “touchless” option for Park Authority customers, allowing them to book and pay in advance online.
“The re-openings have gone smoothly and we’re seeing a significant increase in tee-time utilization,” said Todd Johnson, manager, golf enterprises, Fairfax County Park Authority. “We’re seeing a lot of new faces from GOLFNOW, as well as people coming back to the game as a great recreational alternative during a time when there aren’t a lot of choices. From a safety standpoint, our customers and staff are appreciative of the GOLFNOW pre-paid option.”