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2 Kalamazoo courses add eGull Golf app

Eastern Hills and Milham Park in Kalamazoo, MI Offer Play and Pay by The Hole

CARLSBAD, CA, March 26, 2018 – eGull, Inc., developer of the “Uber of Golf” eGull Pay App that allows golf operators to invite golfers to Play and Pay by the Hole™, announces the addition of the first municipal golf courses to the platform, both operated by Kalamazoo Municipal Golf Association in Kalamazoo, MI.

  • Eastern Hills Golf Course, Kalamazoo, MI

The course, located northeast of Kalamazoo on 220 acre, features three distinct and well-maintained nines. The original 18 holes at Eastern Hills were completed and formally dedicated in May of 1959.

  • Milham Park Golf Club, Kalamazoo, MI

The course is a challenging 18-hole, par 72 layout located on 130 acres adjacent to beautiful Milham Park on the southern edge of Kalamazoo. The course is considered to be one of the best-conditioned municipal courses anywhere, and regularly hosts city and county tournaments.  The first nine holes were completed in 1931 and turned over to the KMGA for operation and maintenance. The second nine holes were built as a WPA-assisted project and put into play in June, 1936.
“Many municipal courses are needing to find ways to grow rounds and revenues to keep the doors open and eGull Pay is a perfect complement to any tee-sheet program to not only drive better utilization of off-peak inventory but also to open the door to many new ways to bring golfers to the course” offered Pascal Stolz, CEO of eGull Inc. USA. “As we continue to work with courses nationwide a vast array of scenarios are being offered.” 

  • 18 hole tournament played six holes at a time, three weeks in a row
  • Sunset 6 Social – make golf more fun with a glass of wine
  • All twilight are Play and Pay by the Hole – no discounting
  • Pro-shop closed at 6PM, call in for your activation code

For more information about eGull Pay and drive more rounds and revenues go to  

About eGull, Inc.

eGull was founded to help grow participation in the game of golf. For golfers pressed by time and challenged to commit to a full 9 or 18 holes (women, seniors, kids, beginners, after work, etc.), eGull brings golf to parity with most sports that can be played for a set amount of time. For golf course operators, eGull Pay is a GPS technology-based yield management program and mobile application to grow incremental revenues through better utilization of off-peak inventory and daily challenging scenarios for golf courses like inclement weather, empty tee-sheets, attracting occasional golfers and more. For more information, visit


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Contact: Pascal Stolz, CEO @