Pacific Golf Managements provides a broad range of services for corporations seeking to utilise golf as a means to not only accomplish specific marketing objectives but also generate incremental revenue.
Pacific Golf Management has been successfully organising tournaments, corporate golf days and tours since 1990.
The most significant event that Pacific Golf has managed is the 1998 World Cup of Golf which carried Australasia’s largest professional prize money of $3,000,000. It saw the likes of John Daly, Nick Faldo, Scott Verplank, Padraig Harrington, and Colin Montgomerie compete. The Tournament was televised to over 130 countries worldwide.
Pacific Golf’s managing director Richard Ellis was instrumental in establishing and organising the South Pacific Professional Golf Circuit.
The Circuit incorporates events such as the National Opens of Fiji, Samoa, Tahiti, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.
Pacific Golf is considered the market leader in organising corporate golf days and events for a number of international and New Zealand’s leading companies. With clients including Air New Zealand, ING, Heineken, TV3, Ford, Avis, Budget Rental Car, Konica Minolta, Adidas TaylorMade, Callaway, Fosters, Sheraton, Accor Hotels and Resorts, Shangri-La Resorts and Hotels, Vuksich and Borich LTD, BMW Westin Resort & Spa.
Pacific golf runs numerous corporate golf days every year and utilises a number of New Zealand’s leading golf professionals and celebrities to leverage these events.
Pacific Golf are experts in tournaments and events from conception to completion, nothing is too small, nothings too big.
Pacific Golf specialises in the conception and implementation of new events. Some of these include;