Greenview Country Club has been one of Syracuse’s favorite outing venue since it’s opening in 1963. Our convenient location is just three miles off Interstate 81. Two 18 hole championship golf courses, competitive pricing and large banquet room make Greenview Country Club the perfect venue for your next golf outing. We offer outing packages to meet every budget. Accompanied by our wide array of delicious food and beverage options, our banquet facility is the ideal place for your post-outing awards ceremony.
2015 rates will be posted soon!
18 hole tournament green fees - $ per player
Riding cart for 18 holes - $ per player
After 2 pm on weekends - 18 holes with cart - $ per player (save $ per player)
Lunch ticket at the turn - $ per player (Good for a hamburger or hot dog and a soda or draft beer)
Dinner after Golf
12 oz NY Strip Steak - $21 per player
1/2 Rotisserie Chicken - $18 per player
1/2 BBQ Chicken - $18 per player
All buffets include:
- Buttered Salt Potatoes
- Sweet Corn on the Cob
- Baked Ziti
- Grandma Brown's Baked Beans
- Italian Sausage & Meatballs
- Italian Bread and Butter
- Tossed Salad
- Macaroni Salad
- Potato Salad
- Cole Slaw
Download a copy of the Golf Tournament Association of America's Tournament Guide. It includes forms that will make organizing your tournament a snap.
People play in a golf tournament because of the following reasons:
- They do it to support you because they are a friend or relative or they believe in your cause.
- They can play a golf course that they usually can’t get on because it is private.
- Because your prizes are substantial and they feel they have a chance at winning one.
Best way to fill your field (144 players)
Form a committee of nine people –
- You – make all of the final decisions.
- Honorary Chairperson (i.e. mayor, sports figure, local newscaster, local actor, etc.). Someone who supports your cause.
- Logistics Person – handles coordination of day of events.
- Volunteer Chairperson – gets volunteers to help with check in, witness the hole in one contest, etc.
- Prize Chairperson – visits local restaurants, taverns, businesses and asks for donations (gift certificates and merchandise) for outing prizes and raffles.
- Golf Course Intermediary – works with golf course personnel to make all arrangements and negotiate fees.
- Outing Accountant- collects all of the entry fees and manages the finances. Offering a $5 discount for paying two weeks prior to the event helps when giving guarantee to the golf course.
- Sponsorship Chairperson – approaches businesses with regard to sponsoring the beverage cart, meals, hole in one contest, etc. Also sell hole sponsorships. Approach people you or someone on the committee knows. People tend to support their friends or relatives.
- PR Chairperson – works with local media to try to get PR on your event. Also in charge of outing website and sending out invitations to potential guests (golfers).
- If you can hold each of these committee members responsible for only four foursomes, you have a full field of 36 teams or 144 players.
- Make sure that you acknowledge all sponsors – you can do so with signs, banners, announcements, handouts, etc.
- You can sponsor a foursome in the tournament to persuade them to make a significant donation.
- Don’t significantly overcharge the golfers – make the event a good value to ensure the golfers return the following years. The sponsors should generate the majority of the revenue.
- Keep the post-outing dinner and awards ceremony to no more than 90 minutes. Keep the outing moving. Time is a valuable commodity.
- Golfers enjoy on course contests – longest drive, closest to the pin, beat the pro and straightest drive are a few common contests. To get pricing on contests, visit Golf Invite's website.
- The more prizes you give out the better the chance your golfers will return the following year. People love to win prizes.
- Other ways to generate revenue – mulligan packages, sell raffle tickets, silent auctions and 50/50 drawings.
- Send your pairings and guaranteed number of players to the golf course at least seven days prior to the event.
Start your tournament preparation at least nine months prior to the event. The more time you put into organizing the event, the better the event will be.