Planning a successful golf fundraiser or tournament takes a lot of planning and scheduling. A successful golf tournament has many aspects of planning. Raffles, giveaways, gifts and prizes are just some of the basics you need to cover. One thing that you need to ensure all along is to make each and every part of the planning include a golf gift to represent your brand and its message.

Golf event planners should look to select customized golf gifts and prizes for tournament winners and golf gear and equipment for all the participants.

Let’s take a look at some of the main items that should be in those golf outing kits for your tournament.

What’s In the Golf Kit?

The golf experience becomes even better when you have proper golf accessories and attire. You need a useful and economical golf kit and golf bag to store all your gear and personal belongings. Especially, if you have amateurs playing in the tournament it’s important to give them something that will make them return for future events. Consider giving them a Golfer’s Pal Kit.

Golfer’s Pal Gift Kit

golfers-pal-gift-kit-golf-outing-giftsThe Golfer’s Pal Kit includes three Callaway Warbird 2.0 golf balls, a 16″ x 16″ black microfiber towel and a matchbook tee holder (printed full color on both sides) with four 2-3/4″ blank Evolution tees, Pik divot tool and an imprinted plastic ball marker. All packaged in a 6″ x 10″ nylon zipper pouch with clip. It is the perfect compact gift to give at your golf outing or tournament!

Golf outing kits for tournaments should be fun and relevant to the event you are organizing. It is the perfect way of giving customized company goods.

Our unique and economical golf outing kits will end your ordeal of finding the right kit for your tournament. We can always help you customize these kits with many product options to best represent your brand or company.


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