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By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com 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
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By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com 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
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By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com Contributor As cold weather blankets the majority of the country, most golfers put their clubs away and forget about the sport until the spring thaw. While we’ve covered some tips to get through the offseason before,
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Sunday Golf Bag and Towel Review

Loma Golf Bag When a golf company has a product with a tagline “When all you need is a few clubs, this is your bag.” then you could come to expect that the bag is small and light. What you might not assume in reading that tagline is how feature packed and functionally capable 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…

Getting Your Kids to Love Golf

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com 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 Hole Design Styles, Explained

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com 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 [...]

When do people register online to for golf tournaments?

We often get event coordinators who are looking for more information on the best days to promote their event to have the greatest return on their investment (whether that be time investment or monetary investment). According to GolfTourney.com registration data between 2013 through 2019, the majority of players and sponsors register online for golf tournaments [...]

New Rules in Golf and How They Impact You

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com 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 [...]

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…

The Most Popular Hole Prize Contest Ideas for Your Tournament

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com 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 [...]

How Golf Courses Prepare For Tournaments

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com Contributor Tournaments large and small have a ton of moving parts for all departments at golf courses. Pro shops typically deal with the brunt of the work involved. Creating pairings and tee times, making scorecards and boards, and dealing with golfer check-in are just a few of the tasks [...]

Fixing a Divot, Ball marks, and Other Course Damage

By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com Contributor There’s nothing worse than hitting a great putt, tracking straight to the hole, and watching it jump two inches offline because it hit an old, unrepaired ball mark. Repairing the damage you cause on the golf course should already be a part of your on-course routine but there is a […]

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