How to Pick the Best Place to Play

NEVER SELECT A GOLF RESORT based on golf alone. A good place to start when choosing a course is with an examination of your group and its needs.

Is the event a major business meeting with a little golf on the side, or is it a top-level golf incentive with a few meetings thrown in? Are all or most attendees golfers? If not, what other activities are you looking for on-site: a spa, tennis courts, a beach? What sorts of players will you be hosting? Are they serious low-handicap pl

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