Business on the Beach Includes a Day on the Greens
People have probably been doing business on the golf course since the sport's inception. One business golfer, Bill Storer, refers to golf as a “six-hour sales call.” It's where business gets done.
According to a PGA survey, 54 percent of business professionals see golf as the perfect networking tool. Adding a round to your destination meeting provides your attendees an opportunity for socializing and networking, as well as friendly competition and even team building.
The Alabama Gulf Coast boasts more than 200 holes of championship golf, and there’s a course for every type of golfer, experienced and novice. The Gulf Shores golf resorts also offer meeting space, catering and accommodations, making them a one-stop shop for recreation, team building, dining and lodging. In addition, planners can call in the pro. The golf pro, that is! PGA professionals are on staff at courses throughout Gulf Shores and surrounding cities. Take advantage of their expertise for pre-tournament lessons, tips and group clinics.