• Know where your golfers are at all times

  • Continually monitor pace of play

  • Make marshaling more efficient and effective

  • Improve golfer experience


Public, Private, Military, and Municipal courses across North America have used the CartTrac system to track and optimize their course activity.

Over 5,000 Trackers installed and 6,000,000 rounds tracked

How Tracking Works

CartTrac How Tracking Works

Trackers are installed into golf carts, and portable trackers can be given to walkers so that 100% of your course activity is monitored.

Trackers receive location data from GPS satellites and communicate this information to CartTrac servers.

CartTrac software uses the data to track course activity, pace of play, and will immediately alert course staff to any conditions that may require attention.

​The CartTrac Dashboard and Course Overview provide course personnel with complete visibility of course activity including the real time location of every group, their pace of play and any geo-fence alerts.

CartTrac Map
CartTrac Dashboard
CartTrac Pace of Play

​The Pace of Play overview allows staff to instantly understand the pace status and course flow at a glance.  Slow groups change from green to yellow, and then to red as their group's pace deviates from the course target that has been set for the day.


Multiple pace of play targets can be defined, and the course chooses when the carts switch from green to yellow or red.

​On-course staff equipped with mobile devices such as smart phones or tablets, have constant insight into course activity and can focus their attention exactly where it's needed.

Marshals can use this information with golfers, making it much easier to have those tough discussions with slow groups, as it provides clear and factual data in a non-confrontational way.

CartTrac GeoFence
CartTrac Tracing

Establishing geo-zones for your course allows staff to be informed immediately when a tracker has entered restricted areas such as green-side or environmentally sensitive areas, or exited defined zones such as cart paths.

​The history of trackers can also be traced to determine exactly where they have travelled during their round.

The system keeps this information from day one, allowing you to historically check rounds per cart, pace of play, and any geo-fence violations that occurred.

Find out how tracking can benefit your course