LITE4NITE TOURNAMENT PAKS & TIPS FOR DAY-NIGHT GOLF TOURNAMENTS
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LIGHT IT UP!
Light up the players and the golf carts with the 22″ necklaces so that all golfers can be seen as well as the golf carts. GREEN six inch light sticks are used to light up the tees, the 100, 150 and 200 yard markers, the flag pins, the cups (holes), and a half moon or semi-circle around the circumference of the green.
This gives the golfers an indication as to the size of the green and also looks fantastic. RED six inch light sticks are used to light up the bunkers (sand traps) and other hazards as well as the cart paths. We suggest taking any water hazards out of play so that golfers do not lose their golf balls. Water also slows down the speed of play while golfers try to fish their golf balls out of the water.
Usually a nine hole shotgun scramble is played. NINE, DINE & NINE formats are very popular. Nine holes are played in the afternoon, then break for a cook-out or dinner and then nine holes are played at night. This format will allow the course or charity to increase the greens fee because a full 18 holes is being played….regular daytime golf and then the fun and excitement of night golf. All golfers should have a flashlight for riding in golf carts or when walking the course.
Golf courses can run 60 minute night putting tournaments to increase their revenue.Golfers pay a greens fee of $10 to $50 and the winner takes half and the golf course takes half. Or the golf course takes all the income and gives away gift coupons to the winner(s) for use in the pro shop.
50 golfers X $20 = $1,000 of income every night.