Planning a Golf Day
Organising a golf day of any magnitude is not as easy as people make out. Therefore it’s very important that you find volunteers to help, before, during and after the event.
This will help in making decisions that leave no stone unturned and important things don’t get forgotten.
The venue choice is very important. Choosing a golf course that’s not too difficult, well-manicured and with limited rough, while still offering many challenges – this will keep players of all abilities wanting to join the day and support the event.
The clubhouse should also be able to cater for many people during the day, and at an evening function, if that’s what you’re offering.
Organisers prefer member’s clubs because they benefit more from holding an event and are more attentive than the popular corporate venues. They also seem to give better value for money.