“The Guide Book For Charity Fundraisers and Corporate Golf Outings”
Thank you for visiting my website. If you already host or are endeavoring to establish a charity fundraising golf tournament, I know that my book can be of great assistance.
To my knowledge there is no other book available that covers this subject so thoroughly.
This website gives you a quick outline of the books contents and sets you on the path to running a successful and profitable fundraiser event.
Mel Lewis, PGA of New Zealand
About The Book
Golf Tournaments 101 ● Second Edition
The Guide Book for Charity Fundraising Tournaments and Corporate Golf Outings
Step by step, this book teaches you how to plan and run “One Day Charity Fundraiser Golf Tournaments”.
The book clearly explains why you don’t have to be a golfer to run a “Charity Tournament”.
It comes with a host of profit-making guidelines, suggestions and tips.
There are more than 35 Downloadable Tools. There’re ready to use files that step-by-step help you through the process of pre-tournament and tournament day planning.
The Nineteen Chapters lay out the steps and actions needed to complete different parts of planning a successful event. Seven examples are:
- Tournament Players, where do they come from?
- Marketing Materials, Brochures, and Player Entry Forms
- Tournament Formats and Rule Sheets
- Tournament Competitions
- The Golf Marathon
This is a Must Read, Must Have Book For:
- Event Planners
- Fundraising Groups
- Schools and Universities
- Religious Organizations
- Law Enforcement Booster Clubs
And a “Should Read Book” for Golf Professionals
Golf Tournaments 101 ● First Edition with CD (Only Available From Infinity Publishing)
Step by step, it explains how to use golf as a fundraiser and shows that you don’t have to be a golfer to run a charity tournament.
It contains everything you need to know and think about when setting up and running a successful golf tournament for your charity or corporation.
Included is a CD with over 30 user-friendly files along with 2 PowerPoint presentations. One to assist your committee members, the other explains to people unfamiliar with golf a little about this wonderful sport.