How to have a successful charity golf tournament

Monique Littlejohn, Jewelry Teacher and Nonprofit Professional

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16 Videos (1h 1m)
    • Golf Tournament Intro 1

      2:27
    • Golf intro 2

      2:49
    • Sponsorships2

      9:06
    • Volunteers

      4:21
    • Committee

      5:04
    • How big

      3:28
    • Laws

      2:16
    • Location

      3:14
    • Hole in one

      3:18
    • Group of Friends

      0:48
    • Players

      2:08
    • Tournament types

      11:03
    • Budgets2

      2:16
    • What is in the course

      3:06
    • Industry tournament

      3:04
    • Celebrity Tournaments

      2:40

About This Class

This online course is created for people who want to run a successful charity golf tournament. 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.

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1.Sponsor Leads
2.Volunteers
3.Budget
4.Sponsors
5.Timeline
6.Players
7.Auction/Raffle Solicitation List
8.Auction/Raffle Items
9.Mailing List

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Monique Littlejohn

Jewelry Teacher and Nonprofit Professional

Monique Littlejohn is an American expat living her dream of sustainability in South Australia. Her classes currently focus on jewelry design, but in the future, she will add crafting with nature products, gardening, beekeeping, and winemaking - all with a sustainable focus in mind.

She left her very successful nonprofit corporate development and marketing career of 16 years to focus on teaching learning lost skills, so that she could bridge the gap between the "greatest generation" (WW...

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