Decorating a Golf Table for an Event

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Decorating a Golf Table for an Event
Golf balls and tees make excellent decor for a golf-themed table. (golf image by Orlando Florin Rosu from Fotolia.com)

A golf event is the perfect time to show off your table decorating skills. Whether it is a Father's Day dinner to honour dear old dad or a casual get-together after a tournament, golf-themed ideas will liven up the party attendees. The decorations do not have to be expensive if you use common objects combined with golfing accessories. Using a golfing theme will make your event look well-planned and creative.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Argyle tablecloth
  • Clear trifle bowl
  • Golf balls and tees
  • Toothpick
  • White paper
  • Scissors
  • Wood or plastic napkin rings

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Use an argyle fabric or plastic tablecloth. This will be a colourful backdrop for all your table decorations.

  2. 2

    Fill a clear trifle bowl with an assortment of clean golf balls and tees as the centrepiece. You can arrange fresh or silk flowers into it for a more formal display.

  3. 3

    Glue clean golf tees to wood or plastic napkin rings and then place green or white napkins into the rings.

  4. 4

    Decorate white frosted cupcakes with green tinted sugar to represent a section of a golf course. Make a flag with a white paper triangle glued to a toothpick and use a small white round candy for a golf ball.

  5. 5

    Fill a small metal bucket with doughnut holes and place one at each end of the table. You can even cover the buckets with plaid or golf-themed gift wrap.

  6. 6

    Use green plastic silverware.

  7. 7

    Glue golf balls onto a long narrow ribbon by using a hot glue gun. Hang them from the chandelier over the table for a festive look.

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