This online course is created for nonprofit fundraising professionals. It includes of all the tools that you need in order to run a successful golf tournament as a fundraiser.
Hosting a golf tournament is a great way to raise $10k to $100k or more while bringing in a new group of potential supporters to your cause. Golfers love it because they can have a legitimate excuse to get out of work for a day. Sponsoring hole businesses love it because they can showcase their products and get their name out to other businesspeople who are playing in the tournament. Even committees, volunteers, and staff love it because they can spend the day away from their desks, surrounded by lush green lawns and beautiful views. For staff, much of the hard work during the day of the event is taken care of by the golf course, such as setting up the holes, tallying winners, catering, and most of the cleanup.
The course a master golf template collection worth $200. The formulas are built-in for you.
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Charity golf tournaments are both fun and profitable for your organization. Unlike other fundraising events, much of the work is done by the golf course marshals and the course's event manager. This course is developed for nonprofit fundraising professionals and volunteer committees. It will teach you everything that you need to know about how to develop, manage, and execute a successful golf tournament.
This section is dedicated to the contents in the course. It goes through, chapter by chapter, what you can expect to learn.
There are three different types of fundraisers that can be done on the golf course. The biggest difference between the three is based on the attendees – not the format of play. After all, the ultimate goal of a charity golf tournament is raising money. This first section is about celebrity tournaments
Industry driven tournaments are the most lucrative tournaments for nonprofits.
Group of Friends tournaments are the easiest to get started.
There are four types of courses where you can hold your event: Executive courses, public courses, private courses and country clubs. It is also important to evaluate how far your players will go to participate in your tournament.
The size of your tournament will effect the length of time that it takes to get through the event.
In this section, you will learn about what types of income and expenses should be included on a budget. Be sure to download the supplementary material. It includes an Excel spreadsheet that has the formulas preprogrammed in so that you will save valuable time on managing your tournament. Be sure to visit the resource in this section, so that you can download the free templates from the golf tracking database. It includes all of the templates used int this course.
You will learn about how much you should charge your players and sponsors at the Tournament.
Not everyone needs to be a golfer to be an effective committee member, but they do need to have the interest, influence, and ability to contribute to the committee.
This is a PDF of the event timeline. Please visit the last section for the link to the editable timeline.
This audio lecture goes through the steps that you need to take as you lead up to the event.
This section covers Marketing best practices and where you can find graphic designers at low or no cost.
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