The Right Time to Get Started on Your 2018 Golf Tournament? NOW!

by GTS on January 10th, 2018

As we start the new year it is now time to start planning your 2018 Golf Tournament. Even if there is snow on the ground, it is not too early to start planning.
Courtesy of GTS, here are the actions items and timeline for this year’s event:
  1. Put together your committee and assign responsibilities. 
  2. Define your purpose, objectives and goals. 
  3. Find a location and pick the date. 
  4. Decide on the format and the games and contests. 
  5. Create sponsor packages, identify potential sponsors and start selling. 
  6. Develop a promotion and marketing plan - this should include showing potential sponsors what their signage will look like at your event (the reason why they are paying). We highly recommend our handmade Wood Sponsor Plaques which start at just $25 and are handmade/customized for your event. These wood plaques serve as on-course signage (wire stand for tee box provided) AND as a custom gift for your sponsor to take home with them. A Great Value!
  7. Build a golfers’ package and start recruiting golfers. 
  8. Acquire gifts and prizes and let golfers know what they are.  Be sure they are unique and not just other hat and golf towel - See our Golfer Gift items to find something special that your golfers will love and keep them coming back in 2019.
  9. Develop a great auction (silent and/or live), acquire items and start promoting early.  Auctions are gravy money for your event. 
  10. Design an awards ceremony that makes money and is fun for attendees - the more awards you give away the more happy golfers you have! Check our wholesale priced awards options for a great deal - all award prices include custom laser engraving
Check of these 10 items and you'll be well on your way to a very successful event in 2018!

Feel free to call or email if there is anything we can do for you at this time.
Golf Tournament Specialists

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