Reunion Resort, Partner

golf travelTechnology and golf are combined by the Reunion Resort in Orlando and’s new partnership to provide golf groups with an innovative web-based service for every incoming golf group. The partnership features the set-up of customized online resources for golf pairings, selection and scoring of trip tournaments and concierge golf trip support to all Reunion Resort guests for no extra charge.

Reunion golf staff or individual golfers enter guest player data and create a private web-based trip portal using GolfTripGenius’ product. The fully-featured Genius Edition is normally priced at $17.95 per golfer per trip, but provided free to Reunion Resort guests. Golf group leaders, or captains, will find easy and efficient for creating golf pairings, setting up “games” and tournaments, and even managing trip schedules and expenses for the group.

The web service engine enables golf groups to play and manage multiple competitions over single and multiple rounds. The system is designed for quick score entry and will produce a printed daily leaderboard and player statistics., launched at the PGA Merchandise Show earlier this year, has to date attracted over 800 golf captains, or group leaders, to sign-up and register their golf trips, including many to Reunion Resort. Reunion is home to the upcoming 2010-2011 LegendsChallenge and features signature golf courses designed by Nicklaus, Watson and Palmer.

Recently earning the AAA Four Diamond distinction, Reunion Resort features a mix of full-time residences, luxury condominiums, private villas and vacation homes surrounded by 2,300 acres of lush landscape and nature preserve, three signature golf courses, full service boutique spa, multiple pools and an 1,000-foot lazy river. The resort is six miles from Walt Disney World and 25 minutes from Orlando International Airport.


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