Putting Contests are Moneymakers! Putting Contests in "Golf Tournaments 101 The Second Edition" are given their own Chapter Putting Contests in a … [Read More...] about Putting Competitions for Your Charity Golf Fundraiser Tournament
Planning your Tournament is Easy When You Know How Background for this Blog: From 1993 until 2007 I was the golf tournament director at Braemar Country Club in the city of Tarzana, in the Los Angeles area. During those years our tournament team help hundreds of charities in the planning to raise millions of dollars when they held “One Day Charity Fundraising Golf Tournaments”. One tournament was so large both of our two 18 hole courses had to be used. The player count was an impressive … [Read more...] about Planning a Fundraising Charity Golf Tournament. What Not To Do
Golf Marathon: How Small Nonprofit Groups Can Use Golf For Fundraising Golf Marathons are a way Nonprofit Groups should consider running a fundraiser charity golf tournament. Many don't, because they’re consider they're too small. They might know they could never get the support of from 48 to 144 or more golfers to sign up for their cause. However a Golf Marathon could work very well for them. So Little is known about a “Golf Marathon Charity Fundraiser” that in my book “Golf Tournaments … [Read more...] about The Golf Marathon: A Charity Golf Fundraiser Tournament
Golfers for your Nonprofit Charity Golf Fundraiser Tournament Golfers to support your organization: Golfers can come from many places and for different reasons. Think about all the companies, groups and individual people who might be excited to play in your tournament and are willing and eager to support your cause. Be innovative and think outside the box as you build your database and mailing lists. Be sure to involve all of your organization’s supporters and your newly formed tournament … [Read more...] about Golfers for Your Charity Golf Fundraiser Tournament. Where Will They Come From?
Writing "Golf Tournaments 101" for Charity Golf Fundraising. My time in the golf industry goes all the way back to 1950. The last 14 years before I retired were spent as the Golf Tournament Director at Braemar Country Club in Tarzana, California. They were among the most rewarding years I spent as a PGA Golf Professional. The reason being, my main focus was helping nonprofits and charities including churches, schools and booster clubs plan and run one-day charity fundraiser golf … [Read more...] about Writing “Golf Tournaments 101 First and Second Editions” for Charity Golf