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  1. 07961768856 7 Tips for Golf Clubs to Successfully Organise their Golf Charity Days Are you planning to organise golf charity days for your golf club? That’s a great idea! Golf is one of those sports that can easily become the backdrop for any social event, whether it’s a formal business meeting, birthday party celebration or a charity event. As a golf club owner, you can leverage this multi-faceted nature of golf in different ways, the best of which is organising golf charity days at your club. Such events allow your club members and guests to contribute to a noble social cause as they play golf with friends. But organising a successful charity event takes a lot of planning, preparation and efforts. Here are a couple of tips that will make the process easier for you. Set the Goals for Your Charity Event Decide beforehand how much money you plan to raise through the charity event. Keep the expectations real. This step should precede all others because once you know how much will be needed to make a difference to your charity cause you can ramp up your efforts accordingly. Start Looking for Sponsors for the Event Begin your search for sponsors for the main charity event as well as for the contests that you’ll be conducting in the event. Wrap this process up as quickly as possible so that you can start working on posters and hoardings of your charity event featuring sponsors’ logos. Give Sufficient Resources to Promotional Activities For your event to be successful, you need a great player turnout. You want to appeal people to play golf with friends for a good cause. So promote your event using offline and online methods. If you’re a member of a golf social networking platform, then you’ll have a good audience to whom you can tell about your event. Offer Quality Goodies and Gifts You can organise the best event, but in the end if you hand out lousy goodies and presents to the players, winners and other guests, people will just leave with a sour taste of the event. So, make sure that the gifts, awards and other giveaways are good enough to make people feel that attending the event was worth their time. Make Good Arrangements for Refreshments You don’t want your guests to leave the event hungry and tired! Have arrangements for drinks and snacks so that your guests can play golf with even greater energy! Keep the Registration and Check-in Process Simple Preferably, keep the player registration and their event check-in processes entirely online. This will make guest management easy. If you plan to allow on-spot registration, then make sure that it doesn’t interfere with the check-in process of already registered guests. Have Some Basic Necessary Golf Equipment On Hand If you’ve asked the players to bring along their golf supplies for the event, chances are that they will. But still it’s a good idea to have some basic golf supplies handy like golf clubs and balls to accommodate any urgent requirement. About ClubFace-Golf ClubFace-Golf is a golf social network platform for golfers and golf clubs, helping each to socialize and grow their network. Golfers can find more golf courses to play at, share content like photos, videos and updates with other golfers and do much more via ClubFace-Golf. Golf clubs can use ClubFace-Golf to interact with their members and guests, attract business for their club and manage all their online social media activities. The Golf Social Network