Laser Link Golf To Introduce 2012 CartLink Programs At PGA Merchandise Show In Orlando

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Laser Link Golf is set to announce its full line of Cartlink options at the 2012 PGA Show in Orlando. New announcements include the addition of Red Hot as a rangefinder option, and pricing programs that make CartLink the most affordable option in the business.

CartLink by Laser Link Golf

CartLink truly has evolved into the best way for a club to outfit a fleet of golf cars with the latest in distance measurement technology.

Laser Link Golf, a leader in distance measurement technology and solutions for the golf market, announced today that the company will lay out its full complement of CartLink programs for the 2012 season at the PGA Show in Orlando. CartLink is Laser Link Golf’s affordable alternative to cart-mounted GPS. The system is simple to use, simple to install, and it allows a golf course to provide the best in distance information to its players without breaking the budget. New for 2012 are options including:

  •     The availability of Laser Link’s Red Hot rangefinder as part of the CartLink System
  •     Pricing that will allow a club to install CartLink for under $7 per month per golf car

“CartLink truly has evolved into the best way for a club to outfit a fleet of golf cars with the latest in distance measurement technology,” said Wayne Timberman, vice president at Laser Link Golf. “Players want equipment that is fast, that is simple to use, and that gives them the to-the-flagstick distance information they desire. Owner/operators want an affordable system that gives them a chance to add to their revenue. CartLink provides all of this and more.”

You can learn more about CartLink, and about all of the products from Laser Link Golf, by visiting Booth #1901 at the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.

About Laser Link Golf

Laser Link Golf is the producer of the Laser Link Distance System, the revolutionary distance measurement system designed specifically for golf. Laser Link Golf products include the popular QuickShot™ rangefinder, the Red Hot rangefinder, the SmartStick™ reflector system, and the Smarty™ flagstick reflector. The System is designed to speed up play and add enjoyment to the game. It is in use at more than 3,000 private clubs around the country, and several more daily fee courses. Additional products include the CartLink System – the affordable cart-mounted GPS alternative that golf courses can install without breaking the budget. CartLink puts the best distance measurement technology within arms reach for golfers. Laser Link Golf is based in Madison, WI, and is owned and operated by many of the same individuals that started SoftSpikes®. They are involved in Laser Link Golf for the same reason they got involved in SoftSpikes® – both are good for the game.

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