Tee IT Up Talk: Innovation in Golf

Rescheduled for October 28, 5-6 PM

Join PGA pro Brandt Snedeker and a robust panel of industry experts for an insider’s look at how technology is evolving the game of golf. We’ll discuss how new capabilities such as advanced data and analytics impact how players train, as well as how these developments present opportunities to recreational golfers and kids getting into the sport.

We’ll also have a silent auction benefitting TechBridge featuring some of the latest golf technologies and opportunities to play. Click here to check it out: https://TeeItUpTalk.givesmart.com

This event is designed for executives and IT professionals.



5:00 - 6:00 PM

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Meet Brandt.

Brandt Snedeker is a decorated professional golfer and fan favorite on the PGA tour. Since joining the TOUR in 2007, he has gone on to win many notable championships including winning the elite FedEx Cup championship in 2012.  He and his wife established the Brandt and Mandy Snedeker Foundation in 2012 to benefit underprivileged children in Middle Tennessee.

Meet John.

John Bryan is Vice President of the U.S. Kids Golf Coaches Institute, which provides training to golf professionals worldwide as well as resources to help kids learn the game by assuring programs are scaled to their needs.  Before joining U.S. Kids Golf, he served as Executive Director of the Georgia PGA and Gateway PGA for over 20 years.  John has held a variety of leadership positions within the golf industry including as chairman of the PGA Executive Director’s Committee and nearly two decades as a member of the Georgia Junior Golf Foundation Board of Directors.

Meet Nick.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz oversees all golf coverage for ESPN Digital and Print. Before guiding the golf coverage, he has held a variety of other roles at ESPN, leading coverage of Major League Baseball and College Basketball.  Nick won three Associated Press Sports Editor’s awards for his reporting work with the Northwest Herald in Chicago.  Over the past eight years, he has been an adjunct professor at Quinnipiac University, where he designed the school’s first graduate-level sports reporting class and has taught numerous Master’s classes and undergraduate classes in multimedia journalism.  He also chairs the board of advisors for the University of Maryland’s Povich Center for Sports Journalism.


CapTech is a national consulting firm that helps clients grow efficient, successful businesses. We do so by bringing the data, systems, and ingenuity organizations need to stay ahead and transform what’s possible in a changing world. we design solutions for each client. Across at exceed the expected — which is one of the reasons we’ve been on the Inc. 500/5000 list for over a decade.

TechBridge is a nonprofit that arms other nonprofits on the frontline of alleviating the causes of poverty with technology that will allow them to expand the impact of their mission for the millions of men, women and children who suffer from lack of access to shelter, food, employment, education, healthcare, and financial literacy. we design solutions for each client. Across at exceed the expected — which is one of the reasons we’ve been on the Inc. 500/5000 list for over a decade.


Contact Anne Houston (AHouston@captechconsulting.com) for additional information regarding this event.