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Published: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 By: Ted Miller, HMCC, CHME, CHSP, CGTP, CGMP
and you can run into stretches when you may be waiting especially on the Par 3 holes. Pick your teammates based on who you feel would be the most fun and also would benefit you from spending an entire day out of the office. Golf is a game for business and it can create lasting friendships.

Question: When you play in this format is it permitted to give some a Mulligan shot multiple times?

Answer: The event is structured so that there is not a trophy awarded for the best score so allowing someone to make more than one try at a shot is fine. One thing you do need to remember is that you must keep up the pace of play. Having some who insists on making 4 or 5 attempts at a shot will slow everyone down. Allow one extra shot and regardless of the outcome of the second shot move on.

Question:  If you really do not play but want to be involved are there other opportunities to participate?

Answer: There are 2 other options available to you. First you can be a sponsor either at a hole or with one of the other activities. If you sponsor a hole you will have the advantage of seeing everyone at the event as they must play each one. This gives you networking time with everyone. The other opportunity would be to attend the reception at the end of the event. This gives you about 2 hours with the group and should help you meet several important people.


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