From finding good employees to the rising cost of water to the expectations of your customers, maintaining a golf course isn't easy. USGA Resource Management can help you be more efficient, reduce costs and provide a better experience for your golfers.
Organization will receive a year-long subscription to USGA Resource Management, which includes unlimited users and the following features:
- Ability to customize the course map and resources.
- Perform “what-if” scenarios based on changes in design or maintenance profiles.
- Detailed reporting of resource consumption.
- Advanced weather information, including growing degree days.
- Track hole location and generate sophisticated hole location sheets.
Within 30 days of the completion of the data collection:
- Organization will receive access to the heatmap and golfer tracks generated by the data of their players that they can view in Resource Management.
- USGA will send a pace report to Organization based on the data collected by the loggers.
- Organization will receive an hour-long phone consultation with a USGA agronomist.
- USGA will send organization 50 GPS loggers for 3-4 days.
- For the data collection, organization hand out the loggers to golfers on the first tee for two days, then collect them after the round.
- Organization will ship the loggers back to the USGA following the data collection.
A New Way to Look at Your Course
Are you looking to make changes to your course? You can edit the map of your layout to visualize changes and calculate the cost implications of potential renovations such as bunker removal or the addition of forward tees. Resource Management can calculate your cost savings – before a single shovel hits the ground.
Track Your Costs
See exactly where you're spending your maintenance dollars - by the hole, by the task or by course feature. This data is invaluable for understanding and improving the bottom line.
Where Are Your Golfers Going?
Why spend money maintaining areas that aren’t used? Golfer heatmaps can tell you where your players are going - and more importantly, where they are not going. You can prioritize the areas that most impact golfer experience and save money on the areas that get little to no play.
A Trusted Source
The USGA has been helping golf courses for nearly 100 years. We know that operating a golf facility is more difficult than ever, and we want to work with you to strengthen the long-term health of the game that we all love.