Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I begin?
Want to Participate?
Just register here and join us!
You can now create and manage your own personal page, share your photos, goals and get sponsors.
Want to sponsor a golfer? Click here for details.
If you have further questions, please contact Lisa@tbkf.org.
2. What is the schedule?
Golfers enjoy contests, food and fun!
3. What Does Pledging Mean?
By committing to this event, and pledging to raise money for its success, you are helping raise invaluable funds for brain tumor, stroke, brain injury and brain illness research!
4. How can my sponsors submit payment?
Online contributions can be made by credit card on the golfers personalized page found on our website at www.wizathon.com/giddyupandgolf. Just make sure to tell your sponsors to select your name from the list of golfers. Alternately, there is a printable donation form that they can use to mail in a check if they prefer.
5. I am concerned that I might not be able to raise the required funds. Will I be able to do it?
There is no obligation if you do not hit your goal, BUT, fundraising is the way we will raise funds for much needed research! Try your best, even if you've never raised money before, our materials and strategies will make it easy for you to solicit and collect sponsorships from friends, family, colleagues, neighbors, and others. Experience has shown that it is not only possible, but enjoyable, to set and reach your goals. Please refer to the sample letters found on your personal fundraising page center, that explains the what your golfing supports, and you will be surprised to see how quickly friends, family, and co-workers will respond to your request to help this wonderful cause. Just remember to make it personal as well, as you want them to know that they are sponsoring YOU and YOUR efforts! And, as many companies offer charitable donation matching programs, make sure to ask your sponsors to check with their employers, as it will help you meet your goal ever more quickly.
6. Is the event only for golfers?
No! The event is designed as a day of fun for all.