MOVING TARGETS CREATE “unintended” BALL CONSUMPTION

HOW TO SUPERCHARGE BALL CONSUMPTION

What a crazy weekend! Once again we discovered a new revenue model that can super charge driving range revenue, and it’s super easy to do. We created unintended ball consumption by using moving targets and motivating players to power through their buckets of balls like paintball ammo. Yes, this is a super bootleg video we shot Friday and Saturday at Clemson Golf Center. We placed a target on the picker and discovered that it supercharges ball consumption. Kids and adults go absolutely crazy trying to hit the picker. Watch the video and see how players are not even setting up to hit. They are just firing away. We did this about four time in a night and after every time we had parents and players coming up for more balls.

(Call to learn more about putting targets on your range: 800 2039173)

TILTING 12FT TARGETS ARE HUGE

We also were able to tilt up one of our front field targets as a competition and fun game. We’ve also done this with a drone in our ‘Hit the Drone’ competition. It’s a whole lot harder to hit than hitting the picker, but man oh man does it work. People actually come to the event when they hear they can hit a moving target like the picker or especially a drone

CHANGING COURSE COLORS

Changing the light and sound of the course is easy. At Clemson we made the course white on Thursday and Friday, then Clemson orange on Saturday. It was a big hit because they sure like their Clemson orange.

See our target photos from the event. Thanks to everyone who helped us. It was an amazing weekend.

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