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Old 02-27-2008, 07:49 PM   #1
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Golf Tournament

So, who here is a golfer?

Me, Not so much. My golf experience includes a windmill!

So, to pay my bills, they call me an event manager. I've been given the task of coordinating a golf tournament for a non profit company. Uhm, I know how to do the basics like form the 18 hole scramble, i know what contests to hold both on and off the green, and I know how to get sponsors.

What I dont know is what makes a kick ass golf tournament? I'm googling myself silly trying to figure this out.

Anyone have any ideas?

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What makes a kick ass golf tournament? What can we offer that will give all golfers a great time, make a crap load of money and give sponsors a bang for their buck?
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Well, there will be free beer as well as a full bar (free as well) but the strippers prolly wont fly (although most of the men there wouldn't object).
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What kind of tournament is it? Pro-Am? Corporate event? Fund raiser? How many players, how many days and what's the format?
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What kind of tournament is it? Pro-Am? Corporate event? Fund raiser? How many players, how many days and what's the format?

Its a fundraiser for a non profit company. Max players is 144. One day event and its an 18 hole scramble format.
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door prizes are always fun. like a raffle type thing or something.
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1. Make sure the playing field is LEVEL. If everyone feels like they have a chance to win and win fairly then you won't have any or many sore losers. Golfers are competitive and want to feel like they have a shot of winning. If they feel like the tournament committee has "stacked" teams or given anyone an unfair advantage then they either won't play this year and they damn sure won't come back next year.

I know you said it's a scramble but is it a 4 man scramble or a two man? 4 man scramble = a perfect opportunity for a cheater to cheat. A two man (paired with a competing team) will keep things honest. I've even seen 3 man scrambles which adds several interesting twists. It typically lowers the scoring but keeps things fair and above the board. The drawback to it is it slows down play because it takes longer for a group of 6 to complete a hole.

2. Make it special. Hire some high school kids to work the parking lot and help people with their bags. I know the golf course probably provides this but in reality if you have a shotgun start you'll have 144 people showing up at the same time and 5 bag boys to help your players. Adding a few extra kids will make a difference in making sure everyone is taken care of. There are kids all over the driving range every day. Offer them a free green fee or some range balls in exchange for their help the next day. You'll be surprised how many volunteer.

Pay them more and have them clean clubs after the round too. Most people will tip which will put some cash in their pockets.

3. Make sure all of the players know what they're supposed to do and when they're supposed to do it. Nothing is more frustrating than showing up to a tournament and not knowing if the range balls are supplied with the tournament fees, not knowing where your cart is, not knowing which hole you start on or where the hole is, where to turn your scorecard in when the round is complete. You get the idea.

4. Prizes. Yeah people like prizes but not cheesy golf prizes. We all have the "I'm a golfer Dad" picture frame on our desk because someone gave it to us at the office. Real players hate that crap. Talk to the head pro at the course and find out what the hot items are today. Putters, carry bags and gift certificates make great prizes but stay away from the clearance rack at the pro shop. It's on clearance for a reason.

5. Ask the head pro which hole is their signature hole and hire a photographer to take pictures. A tournament I play in every year takes a group picture along with an in-swing picture then they frame them and give them out at the end of the tournament. It makes a nice souvenir and it's something they'll probably use and it will remind them of the tournament. Make sure that the photographer has done golf tournament work before though. Flashes and loud shutters will piss a bunch of people off.

6. If it fits, put a keg on every par three along with some kind of snack. Most golf courses have the pars three's spaced out and it's the perfect time for a cold beer, drink or snack. Bud girls make great par three hosts too.
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1. Make sure the playing field is LEVEL. If everyone feels like they have a chance to win and win fairly then you won't have any or many sore losers. Golfers are competitive and want to feel like they have a shot of winning. If they feel like the tournament committee has "stacked" teams or given anyone an unfair advantage then they either won't play this year and they damn sure won't come back next year.

I know you said it's a scramble but is it a 4 man scramble or a two man? 4 man scramble = a perfect opportunity for a cheater to cheat. A two man (paired with a competing team) will keep things honest. I've even seen 3 man scrambles which adds several interesting twists. It typically lowers the scoring but keeps things fair and above the board. The drawback to it is it slows down play because it takes longer for a group of 6 to complete a hole.

2. Make it special. Hire some high school kids to work the parking lot and help people with their bags. I know the golf course probably provides this but in reality if you have a shotgun start you'll have 144 people showing up at the same time and 5 bag boys to help your players. Adding a few extra kids will make a difference in making sure everyone is taken care of. There are kids all over the driving range every day. Offer them a free green fee or some range balls in exchange for their help the next day. You'll be surprised how many volunteer.

Pay them more and have them clean clubs after the round too. Most people will tip which will put some cash in their pockets.

3. Make sure all of the players know what they're supposed to do and when they're supposed to do it. Nothing is more frustrating than showing up to a tournament and not knowing if the range balls are supplied with the tournament fees, not knowing where your cart is, not knowing which hole you start on or where the hole is, where to turn your scorecard in when the round is complete. You get the idea.

4. Prizes. Yeah people like prizes but not cheesy golf prizes. We all have the "I'm a golfer Dad" picture frame on our desk because someone gave it to us at the office. Real players hate that crap. Talk to the head pro at the course and find out what the hot items are today. Putters, carry bags and gift certificates make great prizes but stay away from the clearance rack at the pro shop. It's on clearance for a reason.

5. Ask the head pro which hole is their signature hole and hire a photographer to take pictures. A tournament I play in every year takes a group picture along with an in-swing picture then they frame them and give them out at the end of the tournament. It makes a nice souvenir and it's something they'll probably use and it will remind them of the tournament. Make sure that the photographer has done golf tournament work before though. Flashes and loud shutters will piss a bunch of people off.

6. If it fits, put a keg on every par three along with some kind of snack. Most golf courses have the pars three's spaced out and it's the perfect time for a cold beer, drink or snack. Bud girls make great par three hosts too.
Plus...Sell mulligan's for cash (fundraising). A max of 3-5 mulligans.
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So, who here is a golfer?

Me, Not so much. My golf experience includes a windmill!

So, to pay my bills, they call me an event manager. I've been given the task of coordinating a golf tournament for a non profit company. Uhm, I know how to do the basics like form the 18 hole scramble, i know what contests to hold both on and off the green, and I know how to get sponsors.

What I dont know is what makes a kick ass golf tournament? I'm googling myself silly trying to figure this out.

Anyone have any ideas?
To kg4kg's point,

We had a local event over here last summer that drew national attention. Look up Cherry Hill Golf Course in the Pocono Record.

Basically, they had a "closed to the public" event where a prominent gentlemen's club from NJ sponsored the event.

They had all kinds of fun that was captured by some local news photographers that snuck onto the course. Basically, there were girls "participating" at almost every tee.

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1. Make sure the playing field is LEVEL. If everyone feels like they have a chance to win and win fairly then you won't have any or many sore losers. Golfers are competitive and want to feel like they have a shot of winning. If they feel like the tournament committee has "stacked" teams or given anyone an unfair advantage then they either won't play this year and they damn sure won't come back next year.

I know you said it's a scramble but is it a 4 man scramble or a two man? 4 man scramble = a perfect opportunity for a cheater to cheat. A two man (paired with a competing team) will keep things honest. I've even seen 3 man scrambles which adds several interesting twists. It typically lowers the scoring but keeps things fair and above the board. The drawback to it is it slows down play because it takes longer for a group of 6 to complete a hole.

2. Make it special. Hire some high school kids to work the parking lot and help people with their bags. I know the golf course probably provides this but in reality if you have a shotgun start you'll have 144 people showing up at the same time and 5 bag boys to help your players. Adding a few extra kids will make a difference in making sure everyone is taken care of. There are kids all over the driving range every day. Offer them a free green fee or some range balls in exchange for their help the next day. You'll be surprised how many volunteer.

Pay them more and have them clean clubs after the round too. Most people will tip which will put some cash in their pockets.

3. Make sure all of the players know what they're supposed to do and when they're supposed to do it. Nothing is more frustrating than showing up to a tournament and not knowing if the range balls are supplied with the tournament fees, not knowing where your cart is, not knowing which hole you start on or where the hole is, where to turn your scorecard in when the round is complete. You get the idea.

4. Prizes. Yeah people like prizes but not cheesy golf prizes. We all have the "I'm a golfer Dad" picture frame on our desk because someone gave it to us at the office. Real players hate that crap. Talk to the head pro at the course and find out what the hot items are today. Putters, carry bags and gift certificates make great prizes but stay away from the clearance rack at the pro shop. It's on clearance for a reason.

5. Ask the head pro which hole is their signature hole and hire a photographer to take pictures. A tournament I play in every year takes a group picture along with an in-swing picture then they frame them and give them out at the end of the tournament. It makes a nice souvenir and it's something they'll probably use and it will remind them of the tournament. Make sure that the photographer has done golf tournament work before though. Flashes and loud shutters will piss a bunch of people off.

6. If it fits, put a keg on every par three along with some kind of snack. Most golf courses have the pars three's spaced out and it's the perfect time for a cold beer, drink or snack. Bud girls make great par three hosts too.
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I'd like to show what I would like to see at a tournament, but I would probably get in trouble for posting the pic here. Anyone want's to see, send me your email addy. Neked chick backside shot.
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I'd like to show what I would like to see at a tournament, but I would probably get in trouble for posting the pic here. Anyone want's to see, send me your email addy. Neked chick backside shot.
I know just which one you mean, got a little itch, right?
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Kg you must be wanting to play in the Playboy tourney? We were close to qualifying last year, but came up short. Even had all of the girlfriends and spouses covered for nailing a bunny at the mansion.

Scout has you covered on the holes there RubiG. I also like it when extra mulligans can be purchased. One of the Non-Profits tourney's I play in every year here in AZ also sells 1 "hit from the ladies" tee shot for $20 bucks. You can only buy 1 per group and it can't be used on a long drive hole. Other than that any other 1 hole you choose each of your foursome gets to tee off from the ladies tee. Makes 1 par 5 pretty interesting. Last year I had pitching wedge into a par 5 for my second.

Also silent auctions are bad ace for these types of events. Worthy causes draw even the tightest wallets out.

I've also seen "Pro Shots" where you station a big hitting pro at one hole and people can pay $5 to have him hit their tee shot for them.
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I'm a fairly avid golfer and play in several of these charity/fundraising tournaments every year. Like was said above, make sure the handicaping/allotment of shots is done fairly. also door prizes as well as sponser a closest to the pin on a par three (provide a reward for the winner, but charge a 3-5$ enrtry fee.)

The MOST important thing is organization, as Scout said, make sure it is well organized and the golfers know where they are supposed to be, what they are supposed to do.
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I know you said it's a scramble but is it a 4 man scramble or a two man? 4 man scramble = a perfect opportunity for a cheater to cheat.
2. Make it special. Hire some high school kids to work the parking lot and help people with their bags.

4. Prizes. Yeah people like prizes but not cheesy golf prizes.

5. Ask the head pro which hole is their signature hole and hire a photographer to take pictures.

6. If it fits, put a keg on every par three along with some kind of snack. Most golf courses have the pars three's spaced out and it's the perfect time for a cold beer, drink or snack.

Love these ideas!

It is a 4 person scramble.

I really like the idea of having high school kids there to help. We have hole sponsors who are allowed to give out business paraphernalia at their holes. One of the concerns is how people are going to get their crap to the holes. This is a great idea!

We do a raffle. I've been busily calling every business in the city asking for donations. When you ask for donations, you do end up with some cheesy stuff. BUT, we've already secured a bag with clubs, an all expense paid trip to anywhere in the continental US and a 5000.00 shopping spree.
We are going to have basket's below the big ticket items. That way, when people buy their raffle tickets, they have control over which raffle prize they want to have a shot at.

Now the photographer is almost the best idea you have. Its for a chamber of commerce and we have a couple of photographer members. This would be an awesome way for the photographer to get his/her name out there and also offer the pictures for sale should a player want it. Kind of like when they take your pic on a roller coaster!

We have a few sponsors of holes who are setting up tents and giving out drinks for free. In addition to that with the registration we will be giving a box lunch. One sponsor is the "ice cream" sponsor. At their hole they will have an ice cream truck giving out treats.

Again, thanks for these GREAT ideas!
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Plus...Sell mulligan's for cash (fundraising). A max of 3-5 mulligans.
Yes, we're selling 2 mulligans (just found out what that means yesterday) along with two raffle tickets for 5 bucks.
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To kg4kg's point,

We had a local event over here last summer that drew national attention. Look up Cherry Hill Golf Course in the Pocono Record.

Basically, they had a "closed to the public" event where a prominent gentlemen's club from NJ sponsored the event.

They had all kinds of fun that was captured by some local news photographers that snuck onto the course. Basically, there were girls "participating" at almost every tee.

Just a thought.

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I heard about this......porn stars "performing" at every hole! Bet we'd get some people participate who normally dont!
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Love these ideas!

It is a 4 person scramble.

I really like the idea of having high school kids there to help. We have hole sponsors who are allowed to give out business paraphernalia at their holes. One of the concerns is how people are going to get their crap to the holes. This is a great idea!

We do a raffle. I've been busily calling every business in the city asking for donations. When you ask for donations, you do end up with some cheesy stuff. BUT, we've already secured a bag with clubs, an all expense paid trip to anywhere in the continental US and a 5000.00 shopping spree.
We are going to have basket's below the big ticket items. That way, when people buy their raffle tickets, they have control over which raffle prize they want to have a shot at.

Now the photographer is almost the best idea you have. Its for a chamber of commerce and we have a couple of photographer members. This would be an awesome way for the photographer to get his/her name out there and also offer the pictures for sale should a player want it. Kind of like when they take your pic on a roller coaster!

We have a few sponsors of holes who are setting up tents and giving out drinks for free. In addition to that with the registration we will be giving a box lunch. One sponsor is the "ice cream" sponsor. At their hole they will have an ice cream truck giving out treats.

Again, thanks for these GREAT ideas!
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Apparently not..
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