TeePods make Tournament debut
February 18, 2004
The TeePod is an interesting EPIA VE5000-powered device from 4everSports aimed at the deep-pocketed golfing fraternity. Essentially a weather-protected solar-powered PC with touch screen display and wireless networking, the TeePod brings the internet to the fairway. Easy to use browser-based software allows players to order 19th hole refreshments, request assistance, view hole information, and of course keep score - and keep tabs on other player's scores. Course operators have a wealth of administration tools available to them to ensure things are running smoothly. TeePods run Linux, so tournament hacking is unlikely and golfers won't be seeing any blue screens. Although TeePods have been around for a while, the 4everSports Pro-Pro event at Dobson Ranch Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona on March 8th will be their first PGA-certified tournament debut.
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