SEVENTH STOP – MOUNT HOLLY, NEW JERSEY
Spotlight Partner Course: Springfield Golf Center
Springfield Golf Center’s course, although shorter than most, is fun, fair and plenty challenging for golfers of every skill level. Beginner players love this course because it allows them to play, learn and improve without feeling overwhelmed.
Experienced players, on the other hand, enjoy having the opportunity to make birdies like the pros and test their ability to execute more advanced shots. Some players even use the course to work on their long iron game, by keeping their drivers in the bag!
The course features six par threes, ten par fours, and two par fives for a total par of 68. It’s one of the most affordable and accessible golf course in the tri-state area. On Monday through Friday, Springfield Golf Center offers to groups of two or more reduced prices on green fees, carts and lunch. Additionally, it offers a Driving Range, a Chip & Putt course and a Mini Golf. Springfield Golf Center really has something for everyone!
Springfield Golf Center has been a proud user of Chronogolf PRO since February 2016.
Spotlight Destination Course: Charleston Springs
Charleston Springs is an incredible two-course golf center that offers 36 holes of championship caliber designed by noted golf course architect Mark Mungeam.
The par 72 North Course is a links style course, with undulating fairways defined by native grasses and wildflowers, extensive bunkering, multiple water hazards as well as maintained greens. It has a USGA course rating of 73.4 and slope rating of 126. The par 72 South Course is designed in the classic parkland style, similar to the golden age courses. It uses existing terrain and natural features to define each hole, with sporadic trees and native grasses. It carries a U.S.G.A. course rating of 73.2 with a slope rating of 125.
This prime golf complex features a fully stocked golf center, food concession snack bar, lock rooms, showers as well as a warm-up range and a practice putting green. Charleston Springs demonstrates how ecological considerations can enhance a recreational facility by integrating resource conservation and ecological restoration measures into its course, to make it “more than just a golf course”
NEXT STOP – TERRA ALTA, WEST VIRGINIA
ABOUT ROAD TO ORLANDO
2016 has been a huge year for Chronogolf, thus far. We raised our second round of financing, signed a ton of new courses all over the world, and grew our sales and engineering with rockstar talent. We want to finish the year off strong, and kickstart 2017 in Orlando, FL with a bang.
Over the next 9 weeks, we’ll be travelling down the east coast of the US – kicking things off from our Montreal headquarters with a goal of reaching Orlando by January 25th 2017 – just in time for the PGA Merchandise Show. It will be our first time exhibiting at the show, so we really want to make an experience out of it. Catch us at booth #3005 in the Technology Pavilion.
9 WEEK ITINERARY
START – Montreal, QC
North Anson, ME Brandon, VT Plattsburgh, NY Pittsford, VT South Fallsburg, NY Mount Holly, NJ
- Terra Alta, WV
- Roanoke, VA
- Salisbury, NC
END – Orlando, FL