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Outdoor Adventures Are Becoming the New Golf for Business
Outdoors

Outdoor Adventures Are Becoming the New Golf for Business

Forget fancy dinners and rounds of golf, the real way to score points with clients is to take them zip gliding.
Lisa Evans
Don't Waste Your Focus on Things You Can't Control
Entrepreneur Mindset

Don't Waste Your Focus on Things You Can't Control

Some pro golfers complained that this year's U.S. Open course was too hard. They should have focused on playing better.
John Brubaker
5 Lessons Golf Teaches About How to Succeed at Your Business
Lessons

5 Lessons Golf Teaches About How to Succeed at Your Business

There is no such thing as a perfect round of golf, just like there has never been a business that went flawlessly from launch to profitability.
John Boitnott
6 Over-the-Top Hotel Amenities for Your Next Business Trip
Business Travel

6 Over-the-Top Hotel Amenities for Your Next Business Trip

Working hard? Find the ultimate in relaxation at your home away from home with the help of these luxe services.
Breanna Wilson
Meet the Surprising New Player Driving Innovation in Golf
Radicals & Visionaries

Meet the Surprising New Player Driving Innovation in Golf

Tyler Sullivan is on a quest to redesign the golf driver.
Golf Company's $1.5 Million Giveaway Far From a Hole in One
Marketing Bootcamp

Golf Company's $1.5 Million Giveaway Far From a Hole in One

Another glaring example of how companies miss the mark on marketing and customer loyalty campaigns.
Carol Roth
Power Pedicures: The New 'Golf' for Businesswomen?
Women Entrepreneurs

Power Pedicures: The New 'Golf' for Businesswomen?

One woman has found success hosting business meetings at nail salons.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
What You Can Learn from the Golf Channel's MLK Speech Twitter Slip-up
Marketing Bootcamp

What You Can Learn from the Golf Channel's MLK Speech Twitter Slip-up

Are there Twitter mulligans? The Golf Channel wants to know after it tried and failed with a Tweet commemorating the March on Washington.
Linda Lacina
Entrepreneurs

Is Cycling the New Golf? The Case for a Bike-Friendly Office

Advice from two bike-friendly companies on how to boost morale and productivity with an easy switch.
Lisa Evans
A Golf Tutorial Site Brings Its Call Center In-House
Customer Experience

A Golf Tutorial Site Brings Its Call Center In-House

Revolution Golf, a video tutorial website, signed up 1.2 million subscribers, and needed a solution to manage customer service. Here's how they did it.
Logan Kugler
Tipping Its Hat to a Younger Generation, Pukka Headwear Finds Success in the Golf Industry
Ready To Launch

Tipping Its Hat to a Younger Generation, Pukka Headwear Finds Success in the Golf Industry

After years of struggle, the golf cap company stands out in a crowded market with a customized approach to selling.
Lisa Girard
A New Franchise Makes Golf Elementary
Franchises

A New Franchise Makes Golf Elementary

TGA takes the country club out of a country club sport.
Turning Monsters and Mini-golf Into a Successful Franchise
Franchises

Turning Monsters and Mini-golf Into a Successful Franchise

In just six years, the evil spawn of monsters and mini-golf has lumbered its way to 26 franchises in 12 states.
Growth Strategies

The Greening of Golf

Being ecofriendly doesn't mean you don't have a great product.

Stereotyped for appealing to a niche of upper middle class men, golf is a sport that engages a diversity of backgrounds. Golf is often associated with business people as it is commonly used in place of meetings.