Golf tours are carried out at different times of the year. Most golf societies usually plan a group trip to the annual golf tour for all members. If you’re one of the leaders of the organisation, you’ll find that it can be challenging to organise and plan the trip. To ensure your plan goes smoothly without hassle, we’ve come up with the following tips that can help.
Make it memorable
To make the event different from last year’s tour, it may be a good idea to do something different and memorable. You could introduce a specific theme as this may attract more people to join in. You could also add some fun activities in between the games.
Dates and Budget
The second step is to decide the exact date for the tour. You can let everyone know about the confirmed date, and you’ll be able to find out how many people can attend the event. It’s important to know how many people are going when booking in advance for the tour.
You may need to collect a deposit from members attending the tour, especially when booking accommodation. The deposit will be required when booking in advance.
Book in advance
Ideally, it’s best to book in advance. Usually, golf tours are booked a year in advance for peak times. If there are lots of people going, you will have to schedule more tee times for the reserved block. You want to avoid last minute as you may run out of spaces for booking.
Once you have booked everything, create a document and fill it with all the information you need for the tour and hand out the information to all guest attending the event. The information should include directions on how to get to the locations and any other relevant contact information.