Golf Birthday Party Theme
Golf birthday party ideas for kids that will help plan your
next golf birthday party.
Golf themed ideas for invitations,
decorations, activities, party games, food, favors and goody bags.
For a fun golf themed invitation make one that
looks like a golf scorecard. You can use one from your
local golf course or miniature golf for a template.
Use golf terms to announce the Tee Time (time), Event
Sponsor (RSVP), Course (Address), Course Length (End of
party), Water Hazards (for swimming parties).
Make invitations that look like a putting green from green
cardstock or construction paper. Draw or affix
stickers that look like a hole, ball and flag.
Golf Party Activities
Decorate golf visors using foam visors from a craft store and
foam stickers letters and pompoms.
Decorate a picture frame using stickers, paint, letters.
Tip: Paint the frames green before the party.
Let the guests warm up by practicing on a putting mat.
Decorations for a Golf Party
Cover tables with green Astroturf or
tablecloths. Scatter golf tees and balls in the center of the
tables or place them in bowls with flags in the center.
If you can't find golf themed tableware use white
plates (golf balls) and black or yellow flatware.
Hang or use helium balloons in green, white, yellow
Use golf clubs and bags set around the party venue to
set the golf theme.
Fun Ideas for a Golf Party
Play a round of miniature golf at your local venue, or make a
crazy golf course in your backyard.
Hire a high school golf team member to attend the
party and give the guests pointers on their golf game.
Take guests to a driving range.
Rent a golf cart for the day and let parents take the children on rides
through the neighborhood.
Golf Obstacle Course
set up a
fun golf obstacle course in the backyard or park for the guests.
Break guests up into two teams (or time them individually) and give
teams a plastic golf club. Use practice or lightweight
plastic golf balls and have each team - in relay style - go through the
obstacle course. You can use anything in your backyard to make the
obstacle course - make them hit their ball while going under (or over!)
a trampoline, through a swing set, around cones, hit their balls
through tunnels (make with cylinder oatmeal containers).
Golf Ball Relays
fun relays to do using
a practice or plastic golf ball. Set up in teams or time
individually. Set up cones or a marker at the other end of the
yard and have teams go around the cone and hand off to the next player.
Carry ball on a wooden spoon - like the old egg relay.
Hit a ball zigzag style through a line of cones (or use cans painted
Make a put into a hole on the other side of the yard.
Pin the ball on the green
Use a large green poster board and draw a hole with a flag in the middle
or to one side. Cut white circles out of construction paper for
the golf balls. Number them and affix a small piece of double
sided tape to the back. Blindfold a party guests and
spin them around. Then tell them to place their golf ball on the
green closest to the hole. Give a small prize to the winner.
Party games for ages 7, 8 and 9
Party Games for 5 and 6 year olds
Birthday games for ages 10, 11, 12
Golf Party Food
Chips and Dip
Green iced cupcakes
Cake decorated like a putting green (use crushed graham crackers as sand
Golf Party Favors
Golf themed candy or chocolates
Golf themed notebooks, pens and pencils
Tee solitaire game - using tees as pegs you jump until only one tee is
Mini golf set
Golf Party Goody Bags
Golf towels wrapped around the party favors
Green bags with golf stickers
Large green cups or water bottles
Baskets with plastic grass (if your party is near Easter)