18 Holes and Never Take a Step!
Get ready to experience stunning 3D graphics that
come alive on the big screen. The screen also
acts as your catch net and our newly designed
tent provides shade for a vivid projected image.
The sharp, crisp images are so real, it's like
you're right on the course!
sensor pad takes readings on the golf club in
motion, so you get true to life readings. The
skill level of the golfer relating to club head
speed, ball velocity, swing path, club face position
at impact, strike point on the club face and ball
spin are accurately translated onto the screen
for accurate ball flight. It’s a fast, easy
and scientific way to improve your game. But
most of all, IT’S FUN!!! Players
can choose between hitting at a driving range
or have a closest to the pin contest. True to
life feel as the contestant uses real golf clubs
while hitting an actual golf ball.
to the Pin Contest
Closest to Pin contests allow golfers of different
skill levels to have a chance to get a hole in
one. Choose from the easy and fun 100-yard hole
featuring an island green, or the more challenging
150-yard hole. A leader board displays the winners.
"Grip it and Rip it." Long Drive contests
always attract a crowd. The excitement generated
is magnetic. People just walking by will want
to take a swing. This feature is great for large
events, because everyone can participate.
The big news for the past month or so has been
Hurricane Katrina…and now, Hurricane Rita.
I usually try to be funny in these newsletters (by
the way, have I ever succeeded?), but obviously
the death and destruction associated with these
hurricanes are no laughing matter. We have all seen
the images on TV and the terrible toll in human
life and property destruction these natural disasters
have caused. They have also had a terrible impact
on those in our industry located in these devastated
So, this month, there is no planner tip…no
pearls of wisdom from someone (me) who probably
doesn’t have any in the first place. Just
a plea to all planners, vendors, and everyone else
in our industry, to help where you can and pray
when you can. So many people both within and outside
our industry are hurting. As an industry, let’s
do what we can to help them. There are so many wonderful
charitable and humanitarian organizations set up
to help in these situations, many of which can be
accessed by the associations within our industry.
These include MPI, ISES, HSMAI, NACE, ABC, SDSA,
and many, many more. You all probably belong to
one or more of these organizations. They all have
disaster relief information on their individual
web sites. Go to your local chapter web site or
any of the international sites for more information
on how you and our wonderful industry can help.
The Gang at Party Pals