For 12 years now I have been saying, in order for private country clubs to survive they need to open their memberships to businesses as members and allow a business identity to become a member. This would allow a limited number of employees of the business to use the country club’s facility for business purposes. Those purposes would be what is now known as Business Golf.
Business Golf is a purposeful round of golf between business associates produced in a professional environment that leads to the development of a business relationship amongst those who played.
The next step is for these country clubs who open their doors to business golfers to learn how Business Golf is played and set their facility up to accommodate their needs.
Hope more private country clubs and private golf clubs start to market their facilities to business golfers.
Now all they need to do is…let me know how I can help.