SMB Golf Marketing

Friday, May 12, 2006
Posted by Brawlin Melgar

Building Relationships Through Golf

Business golfers get a swinging chance to shine.

(PRWEB) May 12, 2006 -- Golf’s hard enough and when you’re performing before your co-workers, it can be down right embarrassing. How can you build relationships, foster communication and respect when there is such a diversity of golfing abilities? The answer: Golf Commotion.
“Event planners can count on us. We know how to involve all of their guests even if they’re not golfers and everyone will have a great time. At the start of each game, golf professionals coach each team with tips on shot strategy and guide the team on the best way to handle each challenge with the resources on hand” says golf programs director Kris Moe. Each event has a time limit after which the team rotates to a new game. Typically, there are four games and with a break it takes about three hours. So the activity can fill a morning or afternoon and it’s never boring. The competition makes it exciting, the change of stations keeps it interesting and there is plenty of time for participants to talk and form those necessary bonds for teamwork.

About Kris Moe Golf Schools
Kris Moe Golf Schools has been a premiere golf school in Northern California since 1995 and has had the privilege to work with some America's top corporations such as Wells Fargo, Oracle, Chevron, Morgan Stanley and Seagate Technology.

While the Kris Moe Golf School operates year around in Sonoma, California at Sonoma Golf Club and Foxtail Golf Club they also accommodate corporate groups in the world.

All packages are available at the Kris Moe Golf Schools web site. For more information, or to talk with Kris Moe, please contact Karen Reyes at 707-939-0523.


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