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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. [...]

Event Pages Get an Epic Facelift

Share this! Raleigh, NC - Information is the key to everything that we do at  If you are visiting the site we know that you likely fit into one of two "buckets" of people: either you need to know key information about golf tournaments happening in your area in real-time or you want the [...]

Our Charity is Too Small to Have a Golf Tournament!

Did you ever hear the word “joint venture” in the business world? Why not apply it to your charity and a golf tournament?  Yes, it may be a bold move, but even if it only generates $5,000 – those are 5,000 you would not have otherwise! Most likely you already have a relation with another charity…

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? …

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…

New Rules in Golf and How They Impact You

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor In 2019, the USGA implemented a moderate amount of new rules for golf with a focus on improving the pace of play. While most charity or fundraising tournaments are played in a more relaxed manner and often under special rules, it’s important to stay up to date on [...]

Finding more golfers for your tournament.

Share this Post! Eric C. - GolfTourney Staff The number one issue in the golf event industry, from the golf event provider perspective, is that they are not filling their golf events with enough players. The elusive 144 golfer capacity per event is experienced by far too few golf events each year. The reality of the [...]

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.

Golf Performance Part 1

How total body strength, structural balance, and conditioning are more sport-specific than any “so-called” golf specific training protocol By: J.C. Moreau Website: As the sports performance field and its impact on the sport of golf continues to expand and grow in the “Tiger era”, trainers and strength and conditioning professionals continue to attempt to […]

The Most Popular Hole Prize Contest Ideas for Your Tournament

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor Charity golf tournaments are typically a jovial affair with more laughs shared than stare downs. That is until a hole prize is on the line. Never will a casual golfer be nearer to PGA levels of pressure than when trying to win that $25 pro shop credit for [...]


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