Best Golf Keynote Speakers Under $30,000

Golfers are regularly sought out by organizations as keynote speakers and product endorsers. They are also great picks for appearances, golf outings, trade show visits and more. Due to the sport of golf's close connection to the corporate world, these personalities are typically in high demand. On average, golf personalities have the highest appearance fees of any athletes, with some of the biggest stars commanding over $100,000 per event. The golf celebrities that make up this list are still among the biggest names and best speakers in the sport, plus they come at a great value compared to their contemporaries. 

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World Golf Hall of Famer Amy Alcott had a dominant career right from the start on the LPGA Tour.  Her first victory came just three starts in on the way to winning 1975 LPGA Rookie of the Year honors....

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Andy North is a two-time U.S. Open champion who has extended his legacy in golf to a new generation as a longtime television analyst. North won the U.S. Open in 1978 and 1985. He was a member of Team...

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Bobby Clampett made a name for himself on the golf course during his days at Brigham Young University, where he was a three-time All-American and two-time Collegiate Golfer of the Year.  His amateur h...

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Casey Martin is a professional golfer as well as the current men’s head golf coach at the University of Oregon. Martin attended Stanford University where he was a three-time all-Pac-10 and he was a me...

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Chris DiMarco had a remarkable collegiate golf career at the University of Florida from 1987-1990. In that time period, DiMarco was a 3x All-American, the ’90 SEC Player of the Year, and the ’89 SEC i...

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Corey Pavin is an admirable professional golfer who is known for playing on both the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour. Nicknamed “Bulldog”, Pavin was born in Oxnard, California in 1959 and attended UCL...

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Craig Stadler is a long-time professional golfer, whom debuted professionally in 1976. Reflecting his appearance, Stadler has been nicknamed “The Walrus” throughout his years in the limelight and is p...

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David Leadbetter briefly played on the European and South African pro golf tours before finding his niche as a coach.  Having always been interested in the techniques, psychology and mechanics of the...

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Dottie Pepper is a former professional golfer who competed for 17 seasons on the LPGA Tour. As an amateur, Pepper won the 1981 New York Amateur tournament as well as two New York Junior Amateur titles...

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Gary McCord is a professional golfer, commentator and author. McCord attended UC Riverside where he was a two-time Division II All-American and NCAA Division II individual champion in 1970. McCord tur...

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Hank Haney is a professional golf instructor, most famous for his time coaching Tiger Woods. Haney graduated from UCLA, and devoted his time to coaching golfers around the world. In 2004, Haney began...

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Ian Baker-Finch is a former professional golfer. Baker-Finch turned professional in 1979. Baker-Finch’s professional career began in the PGA Tour of Australasia where he won his first tournament in 19...

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Jay Golden makes golf interesting. We all love a playoff and an 18th hold putt to win a major championship, but to the every day fan the game of golf can be a bit slow. Golden however, introduces funn...

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Larry Mize is a professional golfer who has played on the PGA Tour and currently plays on the Champions Tour. Mize attended college at Georgia Tech and turned professional in 1980. From 1982-2001, Miz...

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Notah Begay is the only full-blooded Native American on the PGA Tour. Begay attended Stanford University where he was a three-time All-American. Begay was a member of Stanford’s 1994 NCAA Divisi...

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Paige Spiranac is one of the top social media influencers in the sport of golf, Gracing the May 2016 cover of Golf Digest, Paige Spiranac was twice honored by the Future Collegians World Tour as the W...

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Peter Kostis is a CBS analyst and noted golf instructor.  Kostis has been with CBS since 1992 and was also an analyst for USA Network from 1989-2004.  With SwingVision, he won an Emmy by sim...

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Upon graduation of San Jose State University, Roger Maltbie began his professional golfing career and joined the PGA Tour full time in 1975. In his first season on the Tour, Maltbie won two tournament...