ezLocator beefs up sales team

By and |  July 31, 2013

ezLocator, a developer of software that helps courses manage the placement of pins more efficiently, has hired sales professionals to handle its Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southern, Central, and Western regions as well as PGA Tour events.

For the Northeast region, David Clinkhammer will cover upstate New York and northern Catskills; Andy Hyjek will handle New York City, Long Island, and northern New Jersey; and Mitch Pizzetti will represent Connecticut, Vermont and western Massachusetts.

For the Central region, Ted Bilan will handle Michigan; Tom Conway will cover Indiana; and Dave Rutz will represent Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois.

As for the Southern region, Jim Burke will be responsible for North and South Carolina; Bill Ehman will handle central and northern Florida; and Wally Geesey will take southern Florida.

In the Mid-Atlantic region, Ed Turnage will sell in Virginia and Maryland.

For the Western region, Bill Jackson will cover Washington, Oregon, northern Idaho and western Montana.

Pat Sellers will cover the PGA Tour events for the company.

“All of these salesman are industry veterans and I’m happy to have them representing ezLocator in their parts of the country,” said sales manager Bruce Hutchinson. “We will be adding others in the near future so we will have the entire United States covered.”

More than 150 courses, including the Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., which hosted the 2013 U.S. Open, use the software program that employs 3D laser imaging and GPS technology to find more pin locations. This lets superintendents control where the pins are placed and helps them maintain turf conditions.

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