When corporate profits go south, do golf outings, too?

Golf events, long taken for granted as part of off-site meetings and incentive programs, may be quietly slipping off some agendas as companies tighten their belts in response to the recent economic downturn.

Some golf directors report shorter meetings, booked on short notice. “As that booking cycle is getting tighter, groups tend to be more meeting-oriented instead of leisure-oriented,” says Charlie Kent, director o

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