Your source for information about hosting a charity golf tournament.
The caution about having an open bar is well taken. A friend once got several weeks of unwanted attention when the local mayor got soused at his charity golf event and gave a rambling and highly embarrassing speech at the tournament dinner in front of a gaggle of reporters. The mayor wrecked his political career and the charity was linked to the mayor in a dozen news stories stretching over several weeks.
If you don't want to fish drunken oil execs (and their golf carts) out of the water hazards, you'd better control the booze. I learned the hard way when a Fox advertising sales crew decided at the last minute we needed some beer and got some cases donated by an advertiser and loaded down the drink coolers all over the course with bottles of Bud. The 70 year old Baptist deacons (and major financial contributors to the charity) were not amused............and then there was the old amphibious golf cart thing. Thank God, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms never got wind of the thing.