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GAME GOLF Relocates National Sales Office to San Francisco  

1.26pm 5th August 2016 - Corporate - This story was updated on Tuesday, August 9th, 2016


GameGolfLive award from Golf DigestGAME GOLF, the first automatic shot tracker, introduced in 2014, and the winner of a Golf Digest 2016 Editor’s Choice Award for Best Game Analyzers, has relocated its national sales office from Jupiter, Florida to its global headquarters in San Francisco, California, the heart of the technology capital of the world.

“As the brand continues to grow and we launch new products and features on an ongoing basis, having the entire team in one place strengthens the synergy between all the functional teams within the company,” said John McGuire CEO of GAME GOLF. “We are excited to have the sales team on the west coast.”

Mike Hamann, Director of Sales at GAME GOLF, will continue to lead the sales function. Hamann, originally from the Bay Area, will return to his roots and continue to build the US sales team with functional support over the golf retail and green grass channels. “Florida has been a strategic location for the GAME GOLF office; close to great golf and our strong partner, the PGA of America. We’ll miss being in Florida but look forward to moving the sales team to San Francisco, with the ability to connect directly with the product development team, engineers, marketing and other members of the GAME GOLF family.”

The transition will be completed by September 1st, just in time for holiday sell-in, as well as the launch of additional features on the GAME GOLF platform.

Meanwhile in Europe the exclusive distributor Second Chance continues to successfully drive sales through pro shops, academies, colleges and retail stores.


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