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Have you been put in charge of planning a golf tournament? This may sound like a large task and if you are feeling a little nervous about it, it’s t be expected. But don’t worry because we are going to share with you some great tips for coordinating a golf tournament that will make this entire process much easier for you.
Planning your golf tournament doesn’t have to be a scary event. Here are our tips for coordinating a golf tournament:
Take your time selecting a facility. Shop around for a golf course that meets your needs for your event. Make sure their staff is helpful and will be able to meet your needs for the golf tournament. If they do not have a staff at the course, make sure you arrange for staff that you will need.
Next in our list of tips for coordinating a golf tournament involves a brochure or pamphlet to describe the tournament, its purpose and what will take place at your event.
Plan ahead for how many golfers you are going to allow at the event. Remember that they will be bringing guests with them as well and you want to be sure you are going to be able to properly accommodate everyone that is invited.
One of the best tips for coordinating a golf tournament we can offer is to try to get your sponsors early. Encourage your course sign-ups early so that you have time to get everything else in order such as logos and such.
You will need to have an organized plan for your registration process so that you can keep it well-organized. There should be a simple form for people to fill out and an easy way for you to organize it so that no one is forgotten or left out.
Plan to have your staff wear uniforms or something so that they are easily recognized in the crowds that will be at your event.
Will you offer golf tournament gifts? Plan ahead if you will give goodie bags of some sort or if you will give your guests or players t-shirts, tees, golf balls or other items. Order all these gifts and tournament awards early so you have them before the last minute and if there are any problems you can get it fixed before the big day.
Hopefully these tips for coordinating a golf tournament will help you prepare for the event that you have upcoming. This certainly does not cover everything but it should give you a very good start on how to plan and prepare for your golf tournament.
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