It will be a good month for EZGO. I reported that Monster Golf Club purchased a new EZGO lithium-powered golf buggy fleet yesterday.
La Cala Resort in Spain purchased a new fleet of EZGO Elite Lithium-powered golf carts, replacing their old collection with a more sustainable alternative.
Complete with the Tagmarshal GPS system, buggies on both the Asia and Europa courses will now feature innovative technology, complementing the Visage GPS system currently being used on the America course.
I came across a more comprehensive golf cart fleet management solution called IOTee that surpasses Tagmarshal.
Golf cart fleet management solution – an alternative
I came across a more comprehensive golf cart fleet management solution called IOTee that surpasses Tagmarshal. IOTee carts can be released in multiple ways, giving unparalleled flexibility to run the cart fleet securely, tailored to the specific needs of each fleet operator.
The first option for automating rentals is using bookings – specific carts can be booked, and a code for unlocking the cart via QR code can be sent to customers via email.
The booking system empowers the guests and members to reserve and access carts without needing physical keys, opening up the possibility to extend your operating hours and facilitate cart hires during previously unreachable times.
Fleet operators can also create virtual keys and individual codes for users or unlock carts directly from the dashboard.
Let me know if you’re interested in this idea and I’ll be happy to make an introduction to the IOTee team. They’ll be excited to hear from you!
Another sustainability success at La Cala Resort
By autumn 2024, La Cala Resort will have fully transformed all 3 championship courses into Bermuda greens.
Helping to improve sustainability thanks to a reduction in watering and chemical fertilisers, the Bermuda greens will also enhance performance at La Cala Resort, allowing golfers the opportunity to play on better and more consistent course conditions all year round.