1. Golf has such a wide audience and broad appeal that golf products don’t have to be used strictly as event promotions or tourney gifts. They can also be used as giveaways, corporate gifts, commemorative items, employee rewards and sweepstakes prizes.
  2. For a lasting impression, choose items that people will use, not items that are cute or novel. A quality golf product is likely to be used for five or more years. Imagine the number of people who will see your logo on that item in a 5-year period.
  3. Golf is becoming big business for fundraising groups. Club sports teams, schools, and churches can use golf as a one-stop, one-day fundraiser. Start the day off with a lunch, followed by a tournament with on-course games and raffles, then close with an auction and dinner.
  4. If you’re hosting a golf tournament or event, you’ll need branded golf shirts for volunteers and staff, participant gifts and awards for “best shot” competitions, etc. Don’t stop there – you should also display your brand on clubs, balls, sunscreen, umbrellas, visors, and any items that will be used by participants and spectators at the event.