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NBC Sports Next becomes first online distribution partner for Teesnap, opening the door for golf courses to join GolfNow's global, tee time marketplace

GolfNow becomes Teesnap’s ‘Official Online Distribution Partner’

ORLANDO, Fla. (March 8, 2023) – NBC Sports Next and golf course management software provider, Teesnap, have agreed to collaborate on technology that will allow courses using Teesnap software to distribute their tee times on GolfNow's online platform, the world’s largest tee time marketplace.

The long-term agreement represents Teesnap’s first external distribution relationship, making GolfNow the company’s “Official Online Distribution Partner.” The two organizations will collaborate to enhance the integration of their technologies, which will provide Teesnap’s clients an opportunity to invite more golfers to play their golf courses.

“We are thrilled to partner with Teesnap and to provide our distribution services to their existing client base,” said Jerramy Hainline, SVP, GolfNow. “Our enhanced interface with Teesnap will be a powerful tool to help them expand their online channel and allow them to offer an efficient, streamlined booking process.”

“Offering our clients more opportunity to enhance their revenue streams and improve their workflows through integrations like the one we’re announcing with GolfNow aligns perfectly with our priorities in 2023 and beyond,” said Gene Pizzolato, President & CEO, Teesnap.

One of the leading golf course management software providers in the industry, Teesnap offers golf courses a suite of tools that include a point-of-sale system, tee sheet, search optimized booking engine, F&B system, end-to-end marketing system, website development and marketing services.

NBC Sports Next’s GolfNow is an innovative technology provider that creates seamless ways for golfers and golf courses to better connect. GolfNow operates the largest online tee-time marketplace in the world, offering millions of registered golfers a variety of ways to stay connected to their favorite courses and the ability to easily book tee times online and via mobile devices any time of day. It also provides technology, support and marketing services to more than 11,000 golf courses in more than 40 countries around the world. 

About NBC Sports Next 

NBC Sports Next is a subdivision of NBC Sports and home to all NBCUniversal digital applications in sports and technology within Golf and Youth & Recreational Sports. Known for its sports technology product innovation, NBC Sports Next equips more than 30 million players, coaches, athletes, sports administrators and fans in 40 countries with more than 25 sports solution products, including GolfNow, the leading online tee time marketplace and provider of golf course operations technology and services; GolfPass the ultimate golf membership that connects golfers to exclusive content, tee time credits, coaching, tips and other benefits; SportsEngine, an industry leader in youth sports club, league and team management technology; TeamUnify, swim team management services; GoMotion, sports and fitness business software solutions; TourneyMachine, tournament management solutions for youth sports. NBC Sports Next is fueled by its mission to innovate, create larger-than-life events and connect with sports fans through technology to provide the ultimate in immersive experiences.

About Teesnap  

A client-focused company, Teesnap builds golf technology and provides people-powered services to some of the smartest, most successful golf operators in the U.S. Teesnap believes in the power of marketing, mobility, and simplicity. That’s why Teesnap built a suite of software tools that include a golf and restaurant point-of-sale, tee sheet, tee time booking engine, website, F&B system, and online store – all designed to feed their powerful marketing system. Teesnap tools are easy to use and optimized for a great mobile experience, helping to improve golf course operations. Teesnap technology is uniquely powerful because its engineers build with a marketing mindset and never forget the importance of a simple, mobile user experience. For more information, visit


Dan Higgins
NBC Sports Next

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