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Tee Gifts

Tee gifts, also known as tee prizes, are a part of almost every club, charity or corporate tournament that is held. We are often asked “What is a tee gift?” Simply put, it is what you provide to the participants for playing in your event.

It or they are typically given out at the registration table prior to the event. Depending on the type of event, the tee prizes will vary in what you give and how much customization that they entail. You will decide this while doing your golf tournament planning and developing the budget for the event. Here are some ideas to make a part of the next tee gift package that you create:

Tournament Shirts – Kind of goes without saying, does it not? Tournament logoed shirts are one of the most popular items in a package. Depending on the type of event, event coordinators can find shirts at various price points that will fit into their budget. Not only can you place the events logo on the shirt but any other sponsors that you may have as well. The participants will be advertising for you year-round when they wear the shirt form your tournament.

Tournament Hats – A shirt and I hat is a popular combination to give to participants. Almost everyone wears a hat at some point. Depending on the time of year of the event, they may wear it that very day to protect themselves from the sun!

Tournament Golf Balls – Especially in corporate or charity events, providing golf balls to the participants is a good idea. Many of them are not regular golfers and only play a few times a year but want to support the cause or it is a “work thing.” These players will need all of the balls they can get!

Ball Markers – Logoed ball markers are an inexpensive way to add a little thank you to the players for participating in your event. A tournament ball maker can not only be ordered with the logo of the course being played but you can provide a specific logo for your event.

Money Clips – Logoed money clips are another great way to thank the players. Tournament money clips can also fit into a variety of budgets depending on the type of event being hosted. Giving out tournament money clips could even become a yearly tradition where the participants can collect them.

Divot Repair Tools – These can be given as a goodie in a golf gift package. Even a custom divot repair tool does not cost much money and can be provided in the goodie bag for players in your event.

Tournament Umbrellas – Those in the Pacific North West may think about giving an umbrella more than in other parts of the country, however, they do make great gifts. Not only can you give them a customizable umbrella but it is an item that golfers do not often think about buying for themselves. With that being said your logo should be seen for a long time.

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