Golfing to Succeed
Over the last two decades, golf events have become staples of the corporate calendar. Whether it’s to generate community goodwill through fundraising or to show potential clients and business partners that you value what they have to offer, golf has become the ultimate mark of corporate credibility. The logistics of the sport make it an ideal activity to plan an event around: you don’t have to be a professional athlete to get into the swing of things and have a good time doing it. Golf is less taxing than tennis, more professional than bowling, but more informal and relaxing than a catered evening affair. In short, golf is perfect for amassing the positive reactions needed to form strong ties to fellow colleagues and the greater community. 

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