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Single Rider Golf Carts

Vantage TAG Systems is happy to introduce a program for all golf courses seeking pathways to restore revenue during Covid-19 Social Distancing Protocols, which will be in place for some time. This is a game-changing product that can be rolled out at ZERO COST* to you.

Vantage TAG Systems is happy to introduce a program for all golf courses seeking pathways to restore revenue during Covid-19 Social Distancing Protocols, which will be in place for some time. This game-changing product can help future-proof your course and be rolled out at ZERO COST* to you.

COURSE BENEFITS:

  • Increase revenue for your course with ZERO costs*
  • Much longer battery life. Up to six rounds on a single charge.
  • Terrific club publicity
  • Each PACER comes factory equipped with the Vantage TAG System, and is upgradable to the Vantage Infinity
  • Screen at any time. (The Infinity Screen offers additional revenue opportunities).

PLAYER BENEFITS:

  • Social Distancing, single rider carts.
  • Reduce germs / contamination.
  • Faster pace of play
  • Offers an outdoor experience to people tired of being cooped up inside.
  • Exercise, family enjoyment.
  • Good for mental health.

More info: https://vantage-tag.com/

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