Charity night golf scramble

Another great fund raiser that is often overlooked is holding a night golf event. Instead of having the traditional charity golf event, you should consider holding a night golf scramble. Night golf is played after dark, using glow sticks as boundary markers. Specially made night golf balls using glow sticks are used in replacement of traditional golf balls. Some organizers place 6″ or 12″ glow sticks every 25-75 yards depending on their budget. Illuminating the green is simple using a 12″ glow stick for the flag stick and either a glow badge or glow necklace coiled up for the cup itself. Check out more details on setting up a night golf scramble by visiting our dedicated section for night golf supplies.

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