Outings and Charity Events

Hole #7 – The Golfers

Without golfers what do you have? Not much. Golfers are the reason the event is successful. The more golfers the more exciting an event, the more you make and the more that sponsors are happy.

Hole #6 Selling Sponsorships

Early in my career, I had the opportunity to work with The Tradition, a Senior PGA event, held in Scottsdale, Arizona. My objective was to sell sponsors. I identified the companies in Arizona that were national in scope and that had consumer products to sell.

Step #5 -The Promotion and Marketing

Getting the word out, that is the objective. What is the most effective way to get exposure for your event and organization and most importantly get golfers and sponsors?

Step #4 Selecting A Golf Course

Choosing the appropriate golf course is arguably the most important decision tournament planners must make. Planning and preparation can not move forward until the venue is selected.

Evaluate For Success

So last year was maybe your first golf event you have ever done or your 10th. Either way you need to take the time to sit down and evaluate the ‘what worked’, ‘what didn’t work’ and ‘what could we have done’ of your last tournament to make future events even more profitable.

18 Holes (Steps) to a Successful Golf Tournament

How does your golf tournament do? Is it growing each year or loosing steam? If you have produced a tournament more than once it is easy to forget the basics. The average tournament in this country raises $5000.

Women Veterans to be Honored at Annual Salute to Servicewomen Golf Classic

Women golfers will gather on Tuesday, June 16th at Prestwick Golf Club in Woodbury to remember, recognize and honor women veterans with a day of ceremony and fun golf! 100% of the money raised from the event assists women veterans that are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless -none is used for administrative costs.