There’s a lot more to throwing a corporate golf outing than finding a venue that meets your budget and schedule. Here are some tips from the pros to help make your next golf outing a success.
“You can never plan too early,” says PGA pro-Brian Nicholoff, director of golf and general manager of Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel. He suggests using a guideline that lists the “tucks of the trade”-what needs to be done before, during and after the event. Consider the “who, what, when, where and whys” for starters: Who are you going to invite? What is your bottom line? Why are you doing a golf outing?
“I now see a lot of companies using golf outings for character building, meeting people in the company and just to go out and have fun once a year,” says PGA pro-Tony VanNess of Salt Creek Golf Retreat in Nashville “Just a little getaway, a little breath of fresh air.”