Conducting business on the golf course is a tough job — but somebody has to do it. And if it’s going to be your job, you want to do the best you can for your organization. So, how do you spend the day on the golf course and promote your business?

There are over 17,000 golf courses and 27 million golfers in America. According to Bloomberg News, golf is a 25 billion dollar per year industry in the USA and 70 billion worldwide. Golf isn’t a game. It’s big business. The golf course has been a place to conduct business for more than 50 years. Deals have been brokered; sales have been made, and opportunities have been missed. Have you missed chances on the links to promote your business?

Branding With a Club in Your Hand

Branding on the golf course is so easy, so simple, it’s a no-brainer. Because, if you want to conduct business and play your favorite game at the same time, carry a few branded golf promotional products in your bag. What do golfers always need; what can they always use? To begin with…balls. Titleist, Calloway, Nike, Bridgestone, and more can be branded with your company logo, name, or call to action, Promotional Golf Balls.

So every time the ball is used your name is viewed. It’s a little better than a business card isn’t it? Tees, divot tools, and markers can all become your personal calling card as well as head covers, golf shoe bags, or an umbrella all make a lasting impact.

And wearable’s transcend 18 holes, a promotional ball cap or branded golf shirt can be worn anywhere; If you have a big client to impress how about a custom golf bag?  

Sponsoring Golf Events

If you sponsor an outing, charity event, or company scramble it’s the perfect time to use specialty products to promote your initiatives. For example, awards branded with your logo, for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place, as well as awards for closest to the pin, longest drive, or best putt can be shared. Hole sponsors can be given their own remembrance, and everyone can use a koozie. How about raffles and door prizes? We have a thousand of them — seriously, a thousand.

This might help you plan, Planning a Golf Tournament.

Mixing golf and business is an American tradition. When it comes time to tee off with clients, customers, and prospects make sure you’re equipped to do the job. You wouldn’t step on the course without a putter would you? Then don’t walk the course without a specialty product in your bag.

If you’d like to learn more about choosing, designing, and promoting specialty products, contact us — we’ll help you hit a hole in one.

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