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GOLFSCORE DIRECT

Presented by: Peter U. Schindler, CEO Strokesaver


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Contents

  • Objective

  • Application scenarios

  • Test in 2007

  • Benefits and development status

  • Q&A


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Objective

Digital pen technology in Golf

  • Strokesaver and TCC have jointly developed a live scoring solution for golfers. In 2007, the solution was tested with great acceptance at several events of the MidAmateur Tour.

  • The solution is based on the establishing scoring method using paper and pen. The only difference versus the conventional method is that in future, a different pen will be used: a so-called digital pen.

  • The solution makes it possible to transmit the score, once it has been entered on the scorecard, to a computer center via GPRS. There, the results are evaluated and processed for use by various media.

  • In a further phase, the technology was tested in Switzerland within the scope of a youth promotion project. On a scorecard developed especially for training purposes, play quality information can be entered in addition to the actual scores. The results are also transmitted to a computer center, processes there for evaluation purposes, and made available to the player either for personal analyses or for analyses with an evaluation tool.

  • Additionally, the computer center can publish the results on a proprietary platform. This Strokesaver feature will appeal to sponsors who wish to publish the results of their tournaments in showrooms or via in-house TV channels. The platform gives the golf community the leverage and capabilities needed to publish a broad spectrum of content and evaluations.


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Contents

  • Objective

  • Application scenarios

  • Test in 2007

  • Benefits and development status

  • Q&A


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Digital pen technology in golf

Process of live scoring

Application scenarios

Process of training control

Scoring of results during the game

Protocol of results during practice rounds

Data Center

The data center publishes

the result on …

Television live ticker

Handicap adjustments

Mobile

device

Personal computer

Websites

Training control software

Video for coaching


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Tournament scorecard

Digital pen technology in golf

  • In the past :

  • player/marker uses pen.

  • the scores are written to a scorecard.

  • a complex infrastructure is needed to present the results on the web or on-course.

  • In the future :

  • player/marker uses digital pen.

  • the results are written to a scorecard.

  • no complex infrastructure is necessary.

  • the results are transfered directly via a routing device to a data center and can be published on the web and on-course.


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Training scorecard

Digital pen technology in golf

  • Training card

  • criteria and

  • analysis options:

  • Score

  • Tee shot

  • GiR

  • Approach shot

  • Putts

  • Sandsave

  • Score>9


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Contents

  • Objective

  • Application scenarios

  • Test in 2007

  • Benefits and development status

  • Q&A


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Test in 2007

Digital pen technology in golf


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Contents

  • Objective

  • Application scenarios

  • Test in 2007

  • Benefits and development status

  • Q&A


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Benefits and development status

Digital pen technology in golf

  • The live scoring solution is based on the traditional scoring method understood by every golfer.

  • The solution does not require the golfer to learn anything. There are no changes to the game.

  • With the solution, the results can be processes by a computer center and made available to many different interested parties:

    • the organizer to enhance the excitement of the tournament

    • the sponsor who can use the results in marketing, i.e. display them on a screen in a showroom

    • in youth promotion for the analysis of strengths and weaknesses by the player personally or by the trainer

  • The solution makes it possible for golfers to play “together” at various locations.

  • The technology is scalable to a comprehensive platform including the Internet, TV, and video, allowing organizers, players, and sponsors to publish customized content

  • The technology is proven and ready for deployment now!


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Contents

  • Objective

  • Application scenarios

  • Test in 2007

  • Benefits and development status

  • Questions & Answers


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GOLFSCORE DIRECT

Presented by: Peter U. Schindler, CEO Strokesaver


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