City Tour golfers represent all types of different backgrounds and professions. Since all members are between ages 18 and 40, we find diverse tournament fields ranging from college players to golfers in their 30’s with busy jobs and kids.
So what makes the Nextgengolf City Tour special? It’s a place that welcomes men and women of all skill levels and backgrounds that just want to continue to golf, and meet other people their own age in their city.
Recently, companies like Deloitte have gotten involved to support the initiative to grow golf. There are many different ways companies can support golf by getting involved with the City Tour. Here are three ways companies are making a difference:
1) Financial Support
By supporting your employees financially to compete in City Tour tournaments, you provide an opportunity for them to network and achieve corporate wellness through an inclusive community of young men and women golfers. Companies have subsidized tournaments from as little as 10% to fully subsidizing the competitions. Nextgengolf is able to provide custom codes (e.g. Enterprise50%) for your employees to use during team registration.
2) Company Teams
What better way for Glenn from accounting and Marcy from HR to get to know each other than during a round of golf? Companies have supported golfers by bringing togetheir their employees to form teams and represent the organization. Want to get your company involved in the local golf community? Visit our corporate page here or shoot an email to email@example.com and we can help you!
“We love playing City Tour tournaments representing our company, 18Birdies. It’s great to socialize with co-workers and also meet other Bay Area millennials." said Darcy Stevens, Senior Events Manager at 18Birdies.
3) Local Sponsorships
Local businesses like restaurants, bars, and small businesses have been supportive of City Tour teams across the country by providing sponsorships of teams in their city. In 2016, a Cincinnati City Tour team was able to attend the 2016 National Championship because of financial support from a local restaurant.
In exchange, the team wore the restaurant's logo on their team apparel all weekend, providing plenty of exposure to the restaurant.
Are you a golfer and think your company might want to get involved? Contact your HR department, or shoot us a note and we'll see how we can help!