I have been very busy since last golf season putting my thoughts and ideas together in a book about Golf, which I believe gives valuable playing tips that I’ve gained through my experience golfing and in my observations of others golfing skills. The table of contents follows:
You know that golf tournaments are money makers – for the charity or association and for the golf course. Look at any weekday on the tee sheet and the regular income won’t compare with a day that has a tournament scheduled.
The Surgeon General has issued the following warning, “Attempting to plan a golf tournament on your own can lead to serious physical and mental disabilities.” As a certified GTAA consultant we can help you maintain your physical and mental health.
C3 evolves from the certainty that b2b and b2c is still just person to person (p2p) and that it is all about creating a connection between your product / service and the person(s) who needs your product or service.
Contrary to what we hear in the media, the golf industry is not on life support. Have a number of clubs closed? Yes. Are there fewer golf “addicts” than in the past? Maybe. We believe that what ails the golf industry is a general lack of engaging marketing activity.
What we have here, from our perspective, are the things common to the most successful golf outings, what keeps people coming back year after year, and how your event can avoid becoming stagnant and dull.
Given the multitude of options available in the world of event management & fundraising software, how do you know which is best or best for your organization? Over the years, we’ve employed a number of packages, some good, some bad, and some really expensive and what we have come to recognize is that there are a few elements, features, and tools to keep in mind when choosing your software.
You want to host a fund-raising golf tournament, why? Considering all effort necessary for a successful event, the only good reason to have a golf tournament, or and other special event, is to make money for the cause! Therefore, how do you produce the most enjoyable, lively, and fun event while maximizing tournament income? More on that in a moment.
Ok, maybe it is not that dire, however if you are not heavily into social media marketing you are way behind the curve. Want to get ahead?