5 Common Misconceptions about a Glow Run

by Whiteshark Media White Shark Media

Ready, set, golf! No, seriously. Your group's next big event should be golfing. Selling wrapping paper out of a catalogue was so last year. The hottest new way to raise money for your school, team, or organization is with glow golf in Charlotte, NC. This isn't just any golf, of course. This event includes amazing glowing balls and other course markers. It can be set up outside at night or inside your gymnasium.


If you've never done an event like this before, you probably have a lot of confusion and misconceptions surrounding it. Let's clear all of that up now! Then, you'll fully understand what a great idea this is and how it will be both lucrative and fun for your group.


"I am not a very good golfer!" GLow mini golf in Charlotte, NC isn't as serious as other types of golfing. It's fun for all ages and athletic abilities. Think of it as a cool glow in the dark night golf experience, not hours of sweating and frustration out under the sun. The course is set up with 140 Signature LED Glow Blasters per 9 holes to give you a first-class glow golf experience.


"I should wear workout clothes." Yes and no. You want to be comfortable, but not in your nicest work out attire because you want to glow. Pack smart. Encourage those golfing at your event to wear neon or glow in the dark clothes if possible. You may even want to pass out wristbands and head gear to help them glow more.


"I'll get there right on time." If you're on time, you're late! Be sure all participants get there at least an hour before the start for pre-party primping at glow paint and swag stations. Plus, everyone is going to want to take a lot of pictures in their glow clothes! You may want to set up a special hashtag everyone can use to share their photos on Facebook and Instagram. It'll be easier to see everyone's photos afterwards.


"This won't make us any money." This is very wrong! Not only do people pay money to participate but you should also advise them to bring money. After the golfing is finished, you should offer food and drinks at the after-party. The funds will rack up and you'll be really impressed at the end of the night!


"It sounds like a lot of planning." No way! The best events are put on by professional companies who handle this kind of thing all the time. There is no need to buy golf party supplies and schedule team members to set up and take down your glow golf event. The same professionals who set up fundraisers involving glow runs can do this mini golf event too! You'll have very little planning, but a lot of money afterwards.


You need a fundraiser, but you're so tired of what you've done in the past. So is everyone else! By planning something new and exciting, like glow mini golf in Charlotte, NC, your next fundraiser will be a success!

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