Digital Caddies, Inc. (OTCPK: CADY), a leader in the on-course delivery of technology services and content to golfers, completed their 100th course installation at Stockton Seaview Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey, home of the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
According to Digital Caddies President Mike Loustalot, “We are very excited that our 100th course installation took place at such a historic location, Stockton Seaview Golf Club a Troon managed property. Reaching this milestone in less than a year is significant for our company as it confirms we are among the fastest growing interactive tablet networks for golf cars. With over 7,500 tablets already in operation, we remain on pace to have 15,000 screens installed late this summer.”
“We are excited to offer Digital Caddies technology to our guests,” said Kevin DeDonato, director of golf operations at Seaview. “The functionality provided by the tablets will not only enhance our guest experience, but also provide a portfolio of management tools via GPS-based cart tracking and communications that will allow us to improve pace-of-play and increase merchandise and concessions sales via real-time tablet promotions. The Digital Caddies platform is expected to create additional revenue streams for our facility.”
Digital Caddies’ tablets install easily on all types of golf cars, connect wirelessly to the Web through Sprint’s 3G nationwide wireless network and provide golf courses a broad portfolio of real-time course management tools via GPS-based golf car tracking and communications. The Digital Caddies platform enables course operators to improve the golfer experience, manage pace of play and increase merchandise and concession sales via real-time promotions. Golf courses benefit from reduced operating costs by better tracking golf car inventory, managing driver behavior and forecasting agronomy issues.
About Digital Caddies
Founded in 2003, Digital Caddies, Inc., is the industry leader in the on-course delivery of technology services and content to golfers. Digital Caddies unique access to players comes via an interactive tablet mounted in golf cars, serving up features golfers, course operators and advertisers want. Digital Caddies helps course operators enhance the golfer’s experience while allowing marketers the opportunity to reach a powerful audience, The Players Network™—a growing and extensive community of golfers—in an exclusive and engaging way. Digital Caddies is committed to ongoing innovation that will deliver valuable content to golfers, enhance golf operators’ ability to strengthen their relationship with their customers and allow marketers to reach one of the most sought-after and lucrative demographics. Only one company hits golf’s marketing sweet spot; Digital Caddies. For more information about Digital Caddies, please visit
About Stockton Seaview Golf Club
Offering 36 holes of championship golf, Stockton Seaview’s Bay and Pines Courses are among the most sought-after golf courses on the East Coast, each steeped in history and maintained in tournament condition. Situated on the coast of Reeds Bay—just a few miles northwest of Atlantic City, New Jersey—the Bay Course incorporates a variety of challenges in its classic mounding, deep pot and high-faced bunkers, tricky seashore winds and small greens with subtle undulations. Hugh Wilson laid out the original plan in 1914, and Scottish Hall-of-Famer and legendary designer Donald Ross finished the course the following year. The course sustained a variety of changes over the decades, and in 1997 Robert Cupp Jr. began a comprehensive $1 million restoration to bring the course back to the vision of its original designers. The old-school design and spectacular vistas of the bays and marshes have made this links-style course a favorite of lady professionals and spectators alike. For more information about Stockton Seaview Golf Club, please visit www.seaviewgolf.com.
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