GoVision makes its presence felt at Ryder Cup

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Chris Curtis, CEO of GoVision, provides mobile LED technology for major events around the country.But Curtis is thrilled to be at the Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club.“It’s been awesome. Being in the event business, we’ve done everything,” said Curtis, who is based in Texas. “But, the Ryder Cup probably is my favorite so to be a part of it is very exciting.”The 40,000 fans at the Ryder Cup each day certainly have appreciated GoVision’s impact at the event. The massive screens — there are over 5 million pixels on the course — are sprinkled throughout the course and many congregate around them for updates and highlights.GoVision screens were also a key part of the opening ceremonies Thursday evening.The coolest location is the screen in the water, on the 15th hole.

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