You don't need a group of great golfers to have a golf event, just enthusiastic and fun people is all there is to creating a great activity at the course. If you have never considered a golf event for your church or school, it's high time you looked into all of the fun options that are possible.
Many groups think a golf event has to be expensive or time consuming, but you can choose from a variety of activities such just a group clinic on the practice range, chip and putt events on the short game area, putt-putt events on the putting green and much more. Traditional 9 or 18 hole scrambles may be considered as well as non-traditional golf games that include night light scrambles played after dark, par 3 shootouts or three club scrambles. Formats can be selected based on the size and golf skill of the group or based on time and budget constraints. Regardless of the type of activity selected, you can be assured of a fun and rewarding day at the course.
Here are three great reasons to get your church or school group to start an annual golf outing in 2015:
1. Golf courses are a beautiful and fun outdoor venue to get families and friends together outside the church or school setting to share fellowship while enjoying a variety of recreational or educational activities.
2. Golf outings make great fundraising events for that new equipment, facility repairs, team uniforms or to start a new building fund.
3. It's a great way to bring youth and adults together to recreate or raise needed funds for a youth mission trip, adult bible study courses, church charities or sports or activity scholarships.
If you are interested in learning more about starting a golf event for your church group, please give us a call at 517-339-8281 or contact Bill Mory at firstname.lastname@example.org.