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Planning a Golf Tournament with Personalized Golf Gifts

From registration and venue to supplies and prizes, there are many things to consider when building a successful event.
Read our informational tips to help you host a hole-in-one golf event with personalized golf accessories.

Recruit Sponsors for Your Golf Tournament

A golf tournament of any size is an expensive event to host, so it is sensible to seek ask for help from sponsors. A sponsorship letter helps outline varying sponsorship requirements. Create tiered sponsorship packages to attract businesses and organizations of all sizes. In your letter, develop different price packages to suit businesses’ various advertising budgets. Sponsors will appreciate an up-front proposal that details different advertising opportunities. For example, you can allow businesses to set up their banners across at different holes. Or provide opportunities for businesses to interact with participants by, allowing them to set up a refreshment booths where they can promote their business and interact directly with participants.

Keep an eye out for new establishments in your area. These businesses need exposure, so they might be more invested in sponsoring your event. Advertising space at local events helps spread the word and motivates new clientele.

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Use Personalized Golf Gifts and Prizes

You might be hosting a golf tournament to garner attention for a cause, to raise money or just for fun. No matter the motive, you want people to remember your organization afterwards. One inexpensive way to incorporate your corporate message is by providing personalized golf gifts like tees, golf balls and golf towels with your logo. Incorporating gifts, giveaways and prizes adds excitement to your event — reminding golfers that you think of every last detail. Create memorable mementos with high-end prizes from brand name golf retailers they recognize. Hold mini competitions like the longest drive, closest to the pin, longest putt and straightest drive. Greg Norman Promotional Apparel, Golf Tool Swiss Army Knife - 4 1/8" & Callaway Promotional Products make excellent prizes.

Give the Crowd Some Food

Having a concession stand at your event has multiple benefits. Golf tournaments can be long, and many occur over multiple days. This means one thing: people are going to get restless and hungry. A refreshing concession stand will be convenient for those who want a quick bite or drink. Better yet, this will be profitable to your organization. If you have food available, it isn’t likely that members of the crowd will leave the tournament to eat anywhere else. If you’re fundraising for a cause, concessions can rake in a great chunk of change!

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