Golf Tournament Committee

golf tournament committee charity

Every successful event has a golf tournament committee. Your golf tournament committee should be made up of motivated individuals who have more than a casual interest in your cause. Seek out business people whom have contacts outside of your organization’s network, this will help to secure more sponsors. Every successful event has a golf tournament committee. Your golf charity committee should be made up of motivated individuals who have more than a casual interest in your cause. Seek out business people whom have contacts outside of your organization’s network, this will help to secure more sponsors.  Read this helpful article about why Golfers Will Remember Their Arrival Gifts.

Below are several tips for running a successful golf tournament committee:

  1. Be selective.  Don’t accept every applicant for the golf charity committee.  Choose your committee members based on their network of contacts and past experience with charitable organizations.
  2. Before accepting an application, tell prospective members what will be expected of them.  (e.g. 4 hours per month and regular, mandatory, committee meetings)  You might lose a good candidate, but you will know that they would not have devoted enough time to the golf tournament committee.
  3. Prepare an agenda and distribute it to each committee member before meetings.  Have extra copies available just in case.  This will help to keep the meetings on schedule and will keep golf charity committee members’ attention on the agenda.
  4. Assign definite, challenging and reasonable tasks to each charity committee member that will provide benefits to the charity golf event.  Each task should be assigned with a goal and a completion date.
  5. When assigning tasks to golf tournament committee members, emphasize the importance of their task in relation to tasks other committee members are working on.
  6. Golf tournament committee members must be active contributors to the group.  The presence of any members who do not meet objectives or who do not contribute should not be on your committee.