2018 Interactive Golf Tournament Planning Guide

Posted by on 3/28/2018 to Tournament Planning
The 2018 Interactive Golf Tournament Planning Guide is here!

Including Non-Golfers in Your Tournament

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 2/13/2017 to Tournament Planning
Unfortunately, many non-golfers who are involved in tournament planning are inadvertently left out of the golf-specific aspect of the event.  Although they are normally happy to volunteer and attend luncheons or dinners, they are missing out on the key ingredient – the game itself.

Another Reason to Play Golf – The Character Test

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 1/30/2017 to Tournament Planning

Not sure about a person’s character?  Considering a personal or business relationship with a new acquaintance?  Take them to the golf course...

6 Tips for Taking Care of Your Leather Bags

Posted by on 6/22/2016 to Partners
A few general everyday caring tactics will help to ensure that your cool leather bag remains in top condition.

Cutter & Buck - A Corporate Apparel Leader

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 1/8/2013 to Brands
If you are considering a reputable golf brand for your next corporate uniform purchase, take a look at Cutter & Buck.

Dear Clint Eastwood

Posted by Becky McGowan on 8/10/2011 to Partners
It was just me, my 7-iron and you, Mr. Eastwood.

Why We Love Golf

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 7/26/2011 to Partners
People watch golf, not simply for the competition, but to see people battle.  Golf is a great metaphor for the ups and downs that life brings.

Why Not Shamble?

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 12/13/2010 to Tournament Planning

The Shamble format is a combination of a scramble and stroke play.

Try the Circle Shot Golf Risk Event – No Hole In One Required!

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 1/27/2010 to Products
The Circle Shot risk event is a unique alternative because the ball simply has to get close to the hole to win the prize.

Who Will Sponsor My Golf Tournament?

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 1/7/2010 to Tournament Planning
Are you interested in organizing a golf tournament to raise money for a charity or non-profit?  If so, outside sponsorship is the best way to generate the most money. Profits from entry fees, mulligans, raffles and silent auctions are also important, however they may only barely cover your basic costs or only raise a small amount.

Which Golf Tournament Tee Off Format Should You Use?

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 12/22/2009 to Tournament Planning
The tee off method is normally based upon the size of the field and the time frame allowed by the golf course.  Many golf courses prefer to move multiple tournaments through the course depending on the day of the week. Be sure to ask the golf course tournament coordinator which option is best for your group prior to printing your marketing material.

Selecting Effective Golf Tee Prizes

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 11/24/2009 to Products

With literally thousands of golf tee prizes and player gifts to choose from, it can be difficult to determine which type of item will make the biggest splash at your next tournament.  While it is important to provide items that tastefully recognize your sponsor or donor, it is equally important to select items that players will use after the event.

Creating Excitement With Risk Events

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 10/30/2009 to Products

Choosing the Right Golf Course

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 10/28/2009 to Tournament Planning
There are several questions to consider when choosing a golf course for your next golf outing.  Location, price and post-tournament gathering facilities are just a few.
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