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It’s All About a ‘Thank You’!

So, you held your tournament at a local golf course and everyone had a great time. You met your fundraising goal and are happy that your cause was supported in a great way. The tournament is over, you are already thinking in the back of your head about the next year.  But wait, didn’t you forget something? …

Finding Golf Courses to Host a Golf Event Staff is excited to announce that it will soon be launching a platform (much like the popular Event Vendor Marketplace) specifically for Golf Courses to promote themselves as event hosts to Golf Event Coordinators worldwide.  On this platform, golf courses will have a detailed profile to add all of their course information like it's unique [...]

Don’t Run Your Golf Tournament Like Selling Airline Tickets

We all know the joy of flying – there are separate charges for your seat, for early access, for your carry on, your checked baggage, use of the overhead bin and perhaps there will soon be a charge to use the restroom. And we are all growing tired of it, wishing back the days where you bought your ticket and that was it – go enjoy your flight…

Professional Tips for Golf Beginners to Excel at Their Game

Share this! Guest Post By: Bird Golf Academy When someone begins golf, it can be difficult to master it or even begin to master it. Golf is a sport that requires a lot more than most sports. You need concentration, knowledge of the sport, and drive. There are a few tips that will help even [...]

Golf Wish List for 2020 and Beyond

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor For most of the decade, golf participation was trending downward. That changed in 2018 when golf participation rose for the first time in 14 years. While most of us love golf, we should all be in agreement that there’s room for improvement to help grow the sport’s popularity. [...]

Getting Your Kids to Love Golf

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor With course closures and dwindling rounds, it’s imperative to find the next generation of golf enthusiasts. Spending four or more hours outdoors isn’t necessarily a high priority for today’s youth and the game of golf carries certain stigmas that may turn away a lot of younger players. So [...]

Golf Performance Training Pt III

Golf Performance Training Part III: One of the two most common “Dysfunctional Syndromes” found in golf athletes and how to correct it. By: J.C. Moreau Website: As we discussed in our last article, when many of thus think of poor balance or “balance training” we revert back to some high wire walking act or standing […]

Why You Should Play in More Golf Tournaments

Most golfers are set in their ways. They’ll play the same course every day, with the same group, with the same tee time in perpetuity. And while we love our home course and our regular companions, the game can often get stale. Tournament golf is a great way to freshen up your routine, see new courses, or burn some downtime on your next business trip. Instead of becoming burnt out by the same old same old every time you hit the course, consider these reasons why you should play in more golf tournaments.

Contests should be fun but not silly

Every golf tournament should be a fun experience for your golfer. But there is a fine line between fun and silly. Golfers in general are a fun group but seeing events where grown men are being pushed into wearing a tutu – well maybe at a kid’s birthday, but not…

Golf Hole Design Styles, Explained

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor Almost all of us look at golf holes the exact same way. We want to know the par of the hole, distance to the flag, and if there are any obstacles we may encounter on the way. Very few of us realize there are distinct styles of golf [...]


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