EVEN THE MOST COMPETENT MEETING PLANNERS can't control the weather on the day of a golf event. Nor can they keep executives from canceling a tournament when budgets get tight. And, even with a good group history, they can't always predict how many attendees will choose golf over other draws of the destination. Despite all these potential missteps, golf event planners still must have strategies to keep their tournaments out of the rough.
To begin, bad weather must be planned for