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Golf courses are looking for you. Events and Tournaments are a major portion of their business. Golf courses depend on these events to raise revenues and profits.
There are two types of golf courses:
Public Golf Courses: These courses are open to anyone and will accept tournaments from most organizations. You do not have to be a member to set up your tournament at a public golf course. You can simply call the course and speak to the person who coordinates golf tournament sales for more information.
Private Golf Courses: These courses are for members only, but they do accept a limited number of tournaments from outside organizations. Private clubs can be effective for fundraising events because of their exclusivity – creating a unique experience for your players. Most private courses will require an introduction from a current member. Look to your board, volunteers or friends to provide you with the proper introduction.
As you select a course, you will have questions. The golf course will also have questions for you. Courses may not accept your event unless you make a minimum commitment to the number of golfers you expect.
Below is information you should have prepared, and questions to consider, before meeting with the representative of any golf course.