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Expertise LevelOrganization SizeTake Your Golf Tournament To The Next Level
How to Hold A Successful Fundraising Tournament

63 min

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Heather McLeod GrantSpecial Events - Golf Tournaments
Led by Phil Immordino

Want to know how to hold a golf tournament?

Are you considering a golf tournament for your nonprofit?

Do you already have a tournament that isn't as successful as you would like it to be?

Are you planning or contemplating a golf fundraiser this year?

NOW is the time to get it right.

There is a lot of competition in the world of nonprofit golf tournaments. But nothing will help you more than the right advice.

book coverPhil Immodino, President of the Golf Tournament Association of America, and author of How to Produce a Successful Golf Tournament, will share his extensive knowledge of how to build a successful golf tournament.

This seminar will give everyone the tools to produce a successful golf tournament and/or take their event to the next level. Thousands of groups have benefited by this program. The emphasis is increasing the income of your event.

Listening To This Seminar You Will:

  • Learn how to produce a successful golf tournament
  • Discover how to sell major sponsors
  • Find out how to fill their field with golfers
  • Know how to obtain gifts and prizes at no cost
  • Discover new games and contests
  • Learn how to recruit and motivate volunteers

Who Should Listen?

  • Small to very large organizations
  • Development Directors
  • Development Staff
  • Special Events Staff
  • Board Members
  • Golf tournament committee members

View This Seminar's Evaluation Summary Here

What People Said About This Seminar

"He actually provided actual answers on how to, and not just theory of how to."
The Myelin Project

"After putting on 4 golf tournaments, I really appreciated how to move the tourney to new levels of raising funds. He was great about coaching committee volunteers to help them be accountable. Excellent at the games that will help raise additional funds. Lots of affirmation with what we do and lots of information about what we can do a lot better. Thanks"
Donna J. Jones
Council of Churches of the Ozarks

"The information obtained will definately help our event be more successful this year."
Heartland Truly Moving Pictures

"We were very impressed with the depth of knowledge of the presenter. It was also nice to get this information in a 75 minute presentation. I would not have registered if the session was a 3 hour or afternoon commitment."
Mary Jo Lyttle
Indiana University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association

"The Q&A was great. I was interested in Car sponsorship ideas, additional contests, Award ceremony."
O'Connor Hospital Foundation

"Suggested ways to make the event fun and appealing to golfers and put together marketing campaign for sponsors."
Mental Health Association

Individuals From These Organizations Participated In This Seminar
ACS Community LIFT, Denver CO
Angel Flight Southeast, Leesburg FL
Angela Hospice Home Care, Livonia MI
Barry Community Foundation, Hastings MI
Berkeley Preparatory School, Tampa FL
Buckner International, Dallas TX
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Halifax NS
Christchurch School, Christchurch VA
Council of Churches of the Ozarks, Springfield MO
Dayton's Children, Dayton OH
Easter Seals Southern California, Escondido CA
Eventi Management, Fayetteville NY
Galko Homes, Lethbridge AB
Greater Providence Board of REALTORS, Providence RI
Health Facilities Association of Maryland, Columbia MD
Heartland Truly Moving Pictures, Indianapolis IN
Heartspring, Wichita  KS
Home Builders Association of MD, Baltimore MD
Hospice of the Chesapeake, Annapolis MD
Indiana Univ of Pennsylvania, Indiana PA
Ivinson Memorial Hospital, Laramie WY
Laval Hospital Foundation, Québec PQ
LFR Inc., Wilmington DE
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northwest Ohio, Toledo OH
Melmark New England, Andover MA
Mental Health Association of Central Carolinas, Charlotte NC
Midland Care Connection, Topeka KS
Military Officers Association of America Scholarship Fund, Alexandria VA
Moorelands Community Services, Toronto ON
Morris Foundation, Waterbury CT
Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax NS
Northeast Residence, Little Canada MN
Northern New Mexico College, Espanola NM
O'Connor Hospital Foundation, San Jose CA
Ridgewater College Foundation, Willmar MN
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Chattanooga, Chattanooga TN
Rooney's Golf Foundation, West Palm Beach FL
Sisters of Loretto, Englewood CO
Special Ops Warrior Foundation, Tampa FL
Step Up On Second, Santa Monica CA
The Blake School, Hopkins MN
The Hope Heart Institute, Bellevue WA
The Myelin Project, Amarillo TX
Union County College Foundation, Cranford NJ
Wooster School, Danbury CT
Zionsville Education Foundation, Zionsville IN

About Phil Immordino:

Phil Immordino is the President of the Golf Tournament Association of America. Phil has been involved in the golf industry of over 15 years. He has served as Tournament Director for hundreds of golf tournaments. Currently Phil travels the country giving seminars on, “Selling Golf Tournaments”, “How to Produce a Successful Golf Tournament” and “Recruiting and Motivating Volunteers”. Phil consults with nonprofit organizations to help them found or improve their fundraising tournaments. He also works with golf courses, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, golf tournament directors, golf instructors and golf course designers, assisting them in working with nonprofits.