With many charity event organizers acknowledging golf’s natural ability to adhere to social distancing recommendations, you are certainly not alone if you’re considering switching gears to golf for your 2021 fundraiser.
And with one of the most important aspects of a golf tournament being…
Location, Location, Location!
...It’s important to choose the right golf course, and get your ideal tournament date locked down with them before it’s too late.
Choosing the right golf course
Selecting a golf course is one of the first and most important decisions you will make when it comes to planning your tournament fundraiser. And with so many factors to consider, like what level of difficulty your golfers would enjoy most, it can oftentimes feel like an overwhelming choice.
To make your decision easier, and get you one step closer to locking down your date, check out our Guide to Choosing the Right Golf Course for Your Charity Tournament.
Locking down the date & location
Unfortunately, many non-profit organizations who depend on a fundraiser as a significant part of their operating budget saw a smaller turn out or even had to cancel their event due to COVID-19 in 2020. So, in order to try and make up for those losses, many are looking to host their 2021 event as early as they can in the season. And from what we’re hearing from golf course managers, this is creating huge demand for preferred event dates in the new year.
That’s why, we say, it's never too early to lock in your date and course location for next year. In fact, the most successful charity tournaments take advantage of promoting their event 8-12 months ahead of time.
So don’t hesitate, give yourself peace of mind and lock in your 2021 tournament date with your course of choice now!
If we can help in any way as you begin your tournament planning journey, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team of tournament specialists. Whether you’re hosting a golf tournament for the first time, or you’re a seasoned pro, we’re here to help ensure your big day is as successful as possible!