Sponsoring A Golfer’s Professional Dreams

May 20, 2005

Have you thought about pitching in to help sponsor the pro career of a young golfer at your club? Have dreams of cashing in on the back of some young hotshot? Read this article first.

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  • Very good article!

    Posted by Andrey on 04/16

  • I HAVE A SON 17 YEARS AT A GOLF COLLEGE AND WE ARE GETTING NO FUNDING AT ALL .HE HAS BEEN TOLD THAT HE HAS SOMETHING SPEACIAL FROM THE COLLEGE WE ARE WORRIED WE CANNOT AFFORD HIS COLLEGE FEES FOR HIS SECOND YEAR AND THE COMPETITION COSTS WE WOULD LIKE TO FIND A SPONSER BUT ARE STRUGGLING SO MUCH PLEASE DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO GO ABOUT THIS THANKS.

    Posted by pAULINE DIXON on 05/10

  • My name is Eric Trama and I just recently turned pro, i am looking for an investor to help me further my career. What is the best way to go about this?

    Posted by Eric Trama on 02/09

  • I am currently playing professional golf but dont have a sponsor. Is there any body that can back me financialy. It would be apreciated and thank you very much

    Posted by Beyers Smith on 05/17

  • My name is Brandon Phillips. I am 28 and have been a golf pro for 10 years. I have played in 3 Hooters tour events as well as a U.S. Pro golf tour event. I have very limited Tournament experience. When i was 17 I got into an accident with a miter saw that almost took my left hand just above the wrist. While playing in the events listed above i did 5 interviews on local news as well as one on the golf channel. I am in need of sponsorship to compete at a level in which i feel i can with experience. If there is anyone out there that can help please contact me. b_phillips27376@yahoo.com

    Posted by Brandon Phillips on 11/19

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