Ladies Golf Outing

Our last golf outing before the main event is January 19th! Register here >>>

To register for our Annual Charity Golf Outing please visit

We hope to see you on the greens!

Why should my company sponsor this golf tournament?

Companies sponsor golf tournaments for a number of reasons.  Topping the list includes the company’s commitment to community service. By participating in our annual charity golf tournament you will provide local youth with goal setting and interpersonal skills, respect for themselves and others and responsibility while teaching them the game of golf.  You sponsorships show the community you care by assisting in the efforts to raise funds to further the mission of The First Tee of Houston/F.M. Law Park.  That alone is a great reason to be a part of this event.
The number one reason: EXPOSURE.  Companies look at golf tournaments as a way to align their products and services with a particular demographic which ultimately result in increased sales.

The 2013 Annual Charity Golf Outing will be held in Houston, TX during NBA All-Star Weekend 2013. NBA All-Star is a weeklong basketball celebration that brings together the world’s most talented and passionate athletes before a global audience. It is one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year and features a full slate of events designed to make Houston the basketball capital of the world. This is the 3rd time NBA All-Star Weekend has been held in Houston. It is expected that more than $85 million dollars will be spent in Houston during that weekend. (Note: this is not a NBA sponsored event)
On Friday, February 15th, 2013, Houston will come alive on the greens.  This event is designed specifically for and marketed to a premium niche market of young, educated and affluent professionals between the ages of 35-54 seeking a relaxed environment for socializing and networking.  These professionals pay attention to major trends in fashion, music, culture and fine spirits.
We are working with several media outlets to market this event across the nation as the world will be watching Houston, TX during NBA All-Star Weekend.  Depending on your level of participation, your brand could reach more than 100,000 of the social elite in Greater Houston.  All of our sponsors get pre and post event exposure. When you partner with the Fabulous Females of Golf and EliteOne Agency you are partnering with a group of business and marketing experts with more than 20 years of experience. We serve as a cost-efficient extension of your PR and Marketing team.
About The First Tee of Houston/F.M. Law Park
The First Tee is a youth development initiative of the World Golf Foundation and is supported by the leading organizations in golf including the Masters Tournament, LPGA, PGA of America, PGA TOUR and United States Golf Association. There are nearly 200 chapters of The First Tee located throughout the country and in five international locations. Houston Parks and Recreation Department’s Junior Golf Program became home to The First Tee of Houston at F.M. Law Park when the Houston Parks Board, Inc. was awarded its Chapter license in October 1999. The First Tee of Houston at F.M. Law Park provides a place where youth not only learn to play golf, but also learn invaluable life skills. 
Through The First Tee Life Skills Experience, The First Tee of Houston at F.M. Law Park teaches participants the importance of maintaining a positive attitude, making decisions, setting goals and transferring values such as responsibility, honesty, and respect from the golf course to everyday life. Participants progress through The First Tee certification levels of PLAYer, Par, Birdie, Eagle, and Ace while being introduced to different golf and life skills.
The First Tee of Houston at F. M. Law Park relies on individuals and organizations, both locally and on the national level, for funding to make the program successful and accessible to young people in Houston area.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit The First Tee of Houston/F.M. Law Park.
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