"Par for the Course" Marketing, LLC
Distributor of the Caddy Card: The Golf Scoring System
The Caddy Card is the perfect place for local, regional, and national advertisers to reach a targeted segment of the population that has one of the highest discretionary incomes in the nation… Golfers!
Each ad will be featured in 20,000 to 30,000+ Caddy Cards, with each ad being viewed an estimated 20-45 times per 18 holes of golf. This adds up to hundreds of thousands of views over a 12 month period.
The Caddy Card out performs most advertising vehicles annually based on cost per view. An industry standard for advertising in publications is 2-3 cents per view. The Caddy Card’s pricing structure is based on less than one cent per view, 4-6 times lower than comparable media.
The Caddy Card is a full color, computerized, high quality scoring and tracking system, brand new to the advertisers market place.
The Caddy Card provides the advertiser with a true, captive audience for typically 5 hours of interactive view time.
Golfers take the Caddy Card home with them and share it with family and friends, creating even more exposures. Participating advertisers are given extra copies of the Caddy Card for additional distribution.
We have thousands of local, regional, and national advertising clients representing a very large variety of business categories… restaurants, dentists, car dealerships, real estate agents, chiropractors, retail stores, etc. Each advertiser receives hundreds of thousands of exposures on an annual basis from one of the most sought after demographics in the nation… the golfer. Each advertiser receives hundreds of thousands of exposures on an annual basis from one of the most sought after demographics in the nation… the golfer.
Our premium scorecard spots receive the most exposures of all the Caddy Card ads, typically being viewed 40-45 times per round.
We have ad sizes to fit every budget. Our ads on the hole pages receive an average of 20-25 views per round. The game summary page allows golfers to track all of their shots throughout their round, giving advertisers multiple exposures each time they do.