Primary Themes: Golf. Buddies. Travel. Fun.
TripCaddie.com is an online service to help golf buddies plan their annual destination golf trip. We provide golf trip planning tools in a social networking format for casual golfers up to the most serious golf aficionados.
It is very difficult to get a bunch of friends together to plan a golf trip due to busy schedules and geographic challenges. Ordinarily, there is one person who acts as the primary planner, or called a “commissioner”, who organizes the entire event. Historically, these golf trips are arduously planned through a series of emails, phone calls and planning meetings. TripCaddie.com solves this problem by bringing the entire golf group together online in a collaborative format so that all of the planning can be done directly in one place.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Primarily Male Golfers between 25-75 years old, with an annual income of $100,000 or more
This service is tailored for about 8-12 guys (sometimes many more) who get together once or twice every year to go on a destination golf trip for an average of 3-5 days. They will golf, dine, drink and golf some more to experience the ultimate “mancation.”
Develop the sport of golf, good friends, travel, and entertainment all into a logo
Seeking a Logo with text and image combo – not just text
It must show the full “TripCaddie.com” in camel case with the obvious “.com”
Looking for a feeling of masculine, modern vintage, yet relaxed to present the image of getting away on a great trip to have some fun.
The graphic must be appealing for guys 25-75 so it can’t look too childish or look too stuffy.
We would like to impart a Web 2.0 feeling similar to Twitter and Facebook
Keep it simple, 2-4 colors
It must be readable and easily reproduced for use online, print, on apparel and merchandise.
We would like you play with shield shapes, Crests and Laurel Leafs, Crisscrossed golf clubs, silhouettes of 4 golfers in a row posing for a picture.
We like the classic tartan as in Scotland or Ireland (traditional golf graphics)
The winner will have a nice play on a modern golf using some traditional looks and feels.
We like the feel of the Oblik Bold font on Myfonts.com