Fixture Books / Diaries
Your club diary or fixtures book is essential in keeping your competitions and members on track. They need to be accurate, informative and easy to use.
K&M Golf offer a comprehensive range of fixtures books and diaries designed to fulfill those criteria. We help guide you through the process of deciding on the design, content, cover and binding options to produce the perfect book for your club.
We listen to what you have to say and use our combined experience to provide your club with a cost effective solution whilst maintaining the quality you expect.
The pages to the left show several common layouts for the events section. The layout you choose helps determine the number of pages the finished booklet will contain, the most appropriate binding method and the overall booklet cost.
a) One Week to View – particularly suited to a Perfect Bound type booklet due to the number of pages involved ~ 104 printers pages (pp) for 1 year plus additional pages required for club information. Generally a stapled or saddle stitched booklet can contain a maximum of 96 printers pages and a wiro bound booklet 40 – 100 printers pages.
b) Two Weeks to View – diary section 54 pp
c) One Month to View – diary section 24 pp
Covers & Binding
Printed Full Colour Laminated Covers
Full colour card cover printed on 300gsm white card and gloss or matt laminated. This produces a stiff weather resistant cover and is highly recommended.
Real Leather or Leatherette Wallets
Booklets are designed to fit inside of a leather or leatherette wallet which is custom blocked printed in silver or gold. Leather wallets give a luxurious finish and feel and can be reused year after year.
Booklets are stapled on the spine in 2 places. This method of binding is suitable for booklets with up to 56 printed pages (96pp Max).
The pages are glued into the cover of the booklet for a premium finished book. This method of binding is suitable for booklets from 40 to 120 printed pages.
Wiro Bound Spines
A coil of wire which allows the booklet to open flat. This method of binding is suitable for booklets from 20 to 100 printed pages.
Case Bound Spines
An older more traditional method of diary production where pages are stitched together then glued into a leather or leatherette card cover.