"Golf Group Manager is a complete and thorough system that allows golf groups to become organized and stay that way. It makes organizers’ jobs easier and frees them up to focus on their own play as well. The challenge that all groups face sooner or later is that volunteers don’t want to spend an inordinate amount of their time doing the mundane tasks on behalf of the group that robs them of their leisure time.
We all know that organizing a group, keeping the results current, communicating efficiently, signing up for play, and the multitude of other tasks that keep a group together and more active, will always take a lot of time and effort on the part of the few!
Now there is a tool that is easy to set up and operate that does all that work……Golf Group Manager. I heartily recommend it for any club or group because it makes life easier!"
Barrie McWha, PGA President, Premier Golf Associates, Sechelt, BC
"GGM is a winner! It’s easy to set up and use, the documentation and support is excellent, and the modules are useful and well thought out. Even our most reluctant members quickly became fans! The feedback for online sign-up, fast draw and the photo gallery has been terrific. After one month, no one could imagine returning to the archaic bulletin board sign-up system! ... After a year in our Club, I knew there had to be an easier way - there is, and it's GGM! Great job."
Robin G Asst. Tournament Manager Seascape Golf Club, Monterrey California
"...the interactive nature of this site allows one to easily sign up for a draw, clinic or social event from anywhere in the world...There's nothing complicated for the user on this site and support services is always immediate. We're hooked and wouldn't know how to function without it now."
Angie ChanCaptain University Tuesday Ladies, Vancouver BC
"I have to say, I miss my Golf Group Manager time! What an easy and effective website to learn to use and to navigate through. It is very logical and after the first "fearful" attempt to manage the match for a week, it was super easy to do the following weeks. An initial tutorial is mandatory, but after that, it's easy to manage on one's own. It's easy to make a general statement to all members, to communicate the draw with the club, and to communicate with individual members if needed. The draw process is simple and hardly takes any time, and the ability to communicate with each member of the club simply by clicking on "email (member name)" was an excellent way to save time. From a monthly draw manager's point of view - a user-friendly and useful website. From a golfer's point of view - an effective means of receiving communication about each week of golf."
"Golf Group Manager was easy to set up and is proving invaluable to members. Signing up for events, emailing club members, keeping up with club news and game stats is simple for even most computer inexperienced. For those doing the weekly draw and game results GGM automates the workload. Bravo! Our members are loving it."
Susan MackeyWebsite Management, UGC Tuesday Ladies
"Wow! What a difference our website has made to our lives. Its great the way its set up to post scores from home, sign up for games or check previous played games... It's a wonderful thing..I can sign up for events from home or Europe, when away on vacation and know that I will not miss getting my game in. It's a very nice format, full of wonderful info... everything you could ever want!"
Teresa University Business Womens/Rules and Handicap Chair
"The web sign up feature is much more efficient than sign up sheets or e-mails going back and forth and has saved me time in producing the weekly draw. I no longer have to keep track of e-mails, cancellations, etc. Everything is now in one place."
Doug L University Golf Club - Weekend Men's Group
"The start of our 2009 season was initiated with your website, and has made our administration with the members more efficient and a pleasure to use. It appears to be tailored to our needs and covers all our issues with communication and inter-action between members. Thanks for all your help."
Cheryl Murray Handicap Chair/UGC Tuesday Ladies