President Bio – Troy Slogocki

An accomplished business person, Mr.Slogocki has managed to combine his dual passions of computers and golf. 20 years ago he started in the golf business in back-shop operations, quickly moving his way through the maintenance crew, and on up to Assistant Professional to the VP of Operations within the franchise system LTS LeaderBoard Corp. His experience was gained working under the direct guidance of the President and CEO, Mr. Gerry Lev (former President of Subway® Developments of British Columbia).   This foundational training has given Troy a solid understanding of how to run a successful franchise business.

LeaderBoard BC

Mr. Slogocki is one of the key designers of the LTS LeaderBoard proprietary software packages.  His creativity and vision resulted in state-of-the-art golf scoring, entertainment, and raffle software for the golf industry. Mr. Slogocki managed the Vancouver-based LeaderBoard BC franchise office within the LTS Leaderboard Franchise system, furthering his experience in the golf tournament industry.  As well, he was the key software and business trainer for all LTS LeaderBoard locations from the Vancouver location to Dallas TX, and trained many of the successful franchise owners still operating today.

iScoreGolf

With experience in well over 1,000 events spanning 20 years, Mr. Slogocki has developed a new golf tournament planning and live golf scoring company – iScoreGolf. Your event is handled expertly from initial planning to handing out the final prize.   The scannable scorecard he helped develop in the early 2000’s is now a modern iPad mini, with scores recorded in Real-Time! His system creates a fun and memorable tournament for your guests, and takes the work off your shoulders, leaving you free to enjoy your own event.

 ILAC Business School

Mr. Slogocki has most recently joined the ILAC school in Vancouver as an instructor to students from around the world.  He has a passion for teaching, and enjoys sharing his expertise in both the Event Planning Industry and the Canadian workplace through  his program “Service Excellence for Business”