19th Hole Productions


19th HOLE PRODUCTIONS is an Orange County golf tournament organizer and consultancy that services non-profits, corporations and specialty event outings.  With more than 12 years of experience, they have developed the systems, strategies and network of resources to make your event a turnkey success year after year.  For non-profits, their work means more fundraising dollars for you. For corporations, they provide you with a best-in-class event that your clients will talk about for years.  And for specialty groups, they’ll help you create memories that last a lifetime.

19th Hole Production’s unique skillset combines an in-depth knowledge of the game of golf with a data-driven strategic system that reduces workload and worries, streamlines event management processes and meets or exceeds the goals you will establish together.

Most importantly, events like golf tournaments should not be a headache, they should be fun – fun to organize and participate in. The GTAA certified team of experts will make your working life easier by providing the tools you need to get the job done. You can rest easy, knowing they are with you every step of the way.

Jason Meyers is the founder of 19th Hole Golf Productions. “For more than 12 years, I’ve been organizing golf tournaments and other sporting events,” says Meyers. “I know first-hand the time and resource challenges of organizing a major annual event while managing the responsibilities of a full-time job.

“I love golf but that’s not enough to make a tournament successful. Execution is everything and it takes a team to win.  I will teach you everything I know from more than a decade of organizing and running golf tournaments that raise money for non-profits and provide your clients with a first-class experience. We will work together to form your committee, deploy systems and tap into our network of service providers. Our work will save you time and money while reducing the stressful demands of a task that is usually beyond the core competence of your typical in-house tournament organizer.”

On Friday November 17th, the Basketball Hall of Fame will be hosting their Second Annual Golf Classic at the luxurious Monarch Beach Golf Links in Dana Point hosted by Jerry West.

The Hall of Fame, located in Springfield, Massachusetts, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit institution dedicated to preserving and promoting the living history of the sport of basketball. Founded on the pillars of body, spirit, and mind, basketball continues to be one of the most widely participated and fastest growing sports in the world.

The Golf Classic serves as a key fundraiser for the Hall of Fame with the proceeds going back into 19th Hole’s mission by supporting a variety of youth and educational platforms including national youth clinics, the MVP’s of Character health and well-being speaker series, the Sports Management Professional lecture series, and ongoing preservation of the games timeless artifacts. A portion of the proceeds raised from this event will go directly back to the Orange County Ronald McDonald House.

This golf outing will be an unforgettable day of fun, laughter, memories and fundraising for two tremendous causes. Each golf foursome will be paired with a Hall of Famer and will be greeted by contests, giveaways, food & beverage and so much more along the way! There are so many ways to get involved, from participation to sponsorship and branding opportunities.

Come out and meet your favorite basketball stars and enjoy a day that you are sure to never forget!

To participate, please visit www.BHOFGolfClassic.com or contact Jason Meyers with 19th Hole Golf Productions at jason@19thholegolfproductions.com.


Tanya Schwied graduated from New York University, studied abroad in Israel, and currently works as the Coordinator of Outreach and Engagement for the NextGen Department at Jewish Federation & Family Services, Orange County.

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