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ProStar GPS Guides Players At Arizona Golf Resort

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by Staff Writers
Chandler AZ (SPX) Mar 18, 2008
ProLink Solutions has announced that Arizona Golf Resort now features the ProLink Solutions ProStar GPS system used at many of the world's most famous golf courses and plans to participate in ProLink's exclusive national advertising opportunity.

Arizona Golf Resort's 6,523-yard, par-71 course is noted for its outstanding par-3 holes and lush conditions. While the fairways are lined with cottonwood and eucalyptus trees, with a number of water hazard and bunkers, there's plenty of room for all golfers to enjoy the experience. Arizona Golf Resort's greens are gently sloping and always well-manicured.

"Our guests truly appreciate the assistance they get from the ProLink GPS system," said Patrick Swift, Director of Golf at Arizona Golf Resort. "It assists them in enjoying the game, scoring better and playing at a quicker pace. ProLink is indispensable as a management tool, and we see great returns on our investment with the food-and-beverage, tournament-scoring and advertising functions."

Arizona Golf Resort previously featured ProLink's GameStar GPS system. Last year, ProLink posted a renewal rate of approximately 90 percent on expiring leases.

"Arizona is home to a wealth of great golf courses, and the Arizona Golf Resort ranks among the most enjoyable -- we are proud to call the club a trusted partner," said Lawrence D. Bain, CEO of ProLink Solutions. "The resort recognizes the many benefits of ProLink GPS for both golfers and course management. Our advertisers also win because ProLink's screens reach affluent consumers at high-end properties like the Arizona Golf Resort."

With ProLink's patented, 10.4" high-resolution color screen -- the industry's largest -- Arizona Golf Resort'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 Arizona Golf Resort will also be able to order food and beverage items with a touch of a button on the ProLink screen.

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Vancouver, Canada (SPX) Mar 05, 2008
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