What we do
Event Management • Marketing • Sponsorship • Logistics
Our Customers
Small Non-Profit • Fortune 500 • World Recognized Sports Organizations
Why Spectrum Sports Management
The Skill • The Knowledge • The Scale • The Success
What we stand for
Professional • Experience • Results • World Class

Welcome to Spectrum Sports Management!

We are a highly skilled, professional event management company that excels at projects ranging from complicated, international, high profile special events, to local community events that deliver an exceptional experience for our clients and participants alike. We bring expertise in event marketing, sponsorship sales and corporate sponsor fulfillment that is unparalleled in our market. We are experts in pulling together the correct team to deliver a goal based, image conscious, and overall successful special event. When you work with Spectrum Sports Management you will experience a team who is attuned to your goals and objectives and brings a wide range of services to benefit your project. From managing some of the largest half-marathons in the state; to a turn-around of a historical PGA TOUR event in the most competitive market in the country; to helping secure and then manage the largest sporting and humanitarian event in the world in 2015, our expertise will be put to work for you.

We have the skills, the background and the knowledge to successfully and profitably manage your event, of any size, scale and scope you may imagine. That is why you will hire us. 

6a00d8341c630a53ef012877699307970c-250wiRain is falling heavily Friday morning at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades but it hasn't stopped Steve Stricker, who had started the day tied for sixth and three shots behind leader Dustin Johnson, from being five-under par through his first 15 holes in the second round of the Northern Trust Open.

That puts Stricker, the third-ranked golfer in the world who was runner-up to two-time defending champion Phil Mickelson last year, at nine-under for the tournament and in first place so far. Johnson, though, hasn't teed off yet nor has Andres Romero, who had been tied for second at six-under after Thursday's round.

Kevin Stadler, son of Craig Stadler and a former USC star golfer, had also been tied for second going into play Friday but he's two-over after 11 holes so far today.

And Mickelson, who is trying to become the first man to win three consecutive years here? He is working on a round of four-under par so far and is three-under for the tournament, tied for 12th. He's through 14 holes so far. 

Mickelson did have a little adventure on the par-four second hole. His shot off the tee landed behind a power box outside of the press tent. He ended up with a bogey five on the hole but there was no hiding from the media because expansive windows allowed close-up views of Mickelson taking a drop and hitting his second shot up and over trees but landing short of the green. He chipped on a two-putted for his five. 

-- Diane Pucin

Photo: Steve Stricker. Credit: Stephen Dunn / Getty Images

Mission Statement

We build events that propel your lifestyle, build healthy communities, create loyalty and great memories and deliver results through the passionate world of sports and special events.