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ProLink's ProStar GPS Now In Play At Green Valley Ranch Golf Club

Last year, ProLink posted a renewal rate of approximately 90 percent on expiring leases
by Staff Writers
Chandler AZ (SPX) Jun 30, 2008
ProLink Solutions has announced the Green Valley Ranch Golf Club (Denver, Colo.) now features the ProLink Solutions ProStar GPS system used at many of the world's most famous golf courses.

The Perry Dye-designed Green Valley Ranch Golf Club consistently earns rave reviews and accolades. In 2007, the readers of Colorado Avid Golfer named it the Most Family-Friendly Course, Most Female-Friendly Course and Best Overall Value while calling the 639-yard, par-5 18th the Best Finishing Hole. Green Valley Ranch blends natural wetlands, creeks and giant cottonwoods into a stirring golf experience.

Green Valley Ranch previously featured ProLink's GameStar GPS system. Last year, ProLink posted a renewal rate of approximately 90 percent on expiring leases.

"We're excited to add ProLink's ProStar GPS to the amenities at Green Valley Ranch. Our guests will enjoy and appreciate the excellent graphics and strategic help the system provides," says Matt Bryant, Director of Golf at Green Valley Ranch.

"On the operations side, we rely on ProLink to keep the pace of play moving, promote restaurant and pro shop specials, and attract extra tournament play with the scoring software. We consider it a necessity for managing the course and maximizing revenue."

"Green Valley Ranch Golf Club ranks among Denver's premier golf operations, and we are proud to call the club a trusted partner," says Lawrence D. Bain, CEO of ProLink Solutions.

"We've forged and maintained long-term relationships with upscale courses like Green Valley Ranch thanks to our superior technology, reliability and commitment to customer support. The return on investment our system delivers makes ProLink the clear choice for golf course GPS."

With ProLink's patented, 10.4" high-resolution color screen - the industry's largest - Green Valley Ranch's cart-mounted units display dynamic, easy-to-read graphics including distances to the pin and hazards, pro tips, pace-of-play timer and radial arc for cart-path-only holes. Golfers at Green Valley Ranch will also be able to order food and beverage items with a touch of a button on the ProLink screen.

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