Golf Course Business Etiquette

“It has been said many times that one of the best ways to determine whether you should do business with someone is to play golf with him first. Golf can reveal a lot about character, particularly how a player deals with adversity. A golf outing with business colleagues can be a great team-building experience, a chance to get to know one another in a relaxed setting–a long as simple rules of courtesy are observed.

Playing golf with your regular foursome of buddies allows you cut loose and be yourself. But when playing with business associates, it’s important to maintain good behavior. Golfers prone to displays of temper such as swearing or throwing clubs after a bad shot have to curb these tendencies. Whatever happens on the course will be discussed back at the office. Think about how you behave at work and take the same approach during the round.”

Written By Brian Hill To read full article click here

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