- Can we have hole signs and, on the course sponsors?
Yes, we think this is a great thing for your tournament to get your players more involved with the tournament and give exposure and networking opportunity to your vendors!
- Can we cater food and still use the restaurant?
You cannot cater your own food, but with tournaments there is the availability of having a banquet upstairs in the Belfry with many options for lunch.
- Can we pass out food/Alcohol on the course?
You are allowed to pass out things such as chips or other snacks, but a corkage fee would be applied, the same goes for Alcohol but there is only one Alcoholic beverage allowed per player per station for safe service purposes.
- How many people can our tournament have?
Our maximum number of players is 144 players per shotgun tournament, the maximum we can have in the belfry is 185 people to eat after the conclusion of the tournament.
- When do we need to have our final player count for food and when do the final pairings need to be sent?
For your food order we need the final count of players, volunteers, or any other people eating 14 days in advance to your tournament. For final player count and pairings, we need those 3 days before the start of your tournament.
Customized Golf Outing Experience
- Tournament planning
- Tournament announcements
- Social media posts
- Customized Cart plates showing names of players
- Calligraphy scoreboard
- Range balls
- On-Course contests (Long drive, Closest to the pin)
- Bag Handling
- Customized scorecards
- Hole sponsor guidance and setup
Shotgun- A favorite for larger groups with all teams starting simultaneously on multiple holes, allowing all teams to start and finish around the same time.
Single Tee- All teams start on one tee box in 9-minute intervals.
Split tee- Identical to single tee but the group splits in half and half goes off the first tee and half the group goes off on the tenth tee.
Tournament playing format options
Scramble- Each player hits a tee shot, the second shot is taken from the best first shot. Play continues to take the best shot and everyone plays from there.
Individual Stroke- Each golfer competes individually and gets a gross score. If handicaps are involved, then the winner would be the person with the lowest net score.
Best Ball- Each player gets an individual score but only the best score is taken each hole for the team.