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Activity Ideas

Golf Month 2017 Activity Ideas

Golf Month activities should be welcoming, social and fun for people of all ages and abilities.

If you’re looking for some inspiration, there are some ideas you might like to consider below. You can also download case studies of clubs and facilities’ Golf Month activities from previous years.

Golf Month activity ideas:

  • Open days & family days
  • Three, six or nine hole events
  • Twilight golf events
  • Member guest days
  • Big hole golf
  • Forward tees
  • 'Come & try' sessions for beginners (including MyGolf and Swing Fit)
  • Fine food, wine and golf events
  • Local sporting clubs day
  • Disability golf clinics
  • School visits
  • Disc Golf (for more information click here)


Tips for all Golf Month activities:

  • Keep your activity inexpensive or free for guests
  • Create a welcoming environment
  • Relax the dress regulations and provide equipment where possible
  • Keep the activity to around an hour unless creating a dedicated Golf Month morning or day
  • Ensure that information on membership offers is available for participants to receive at any time during the activity

 

 

 

 

 

 

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