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Build Strong Teams with a Golf Team Building Event

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Plan a Group Golf Outing to Strengthen Your Office Team Strong organizations rely on strong teams to succeed. One great way to build teams is through a golf outing. Sports can help unlock creativity through their nature as ‘play’ as opposed to a normal day of ‘work.’ Golf, in particular, is a sport that requires a varied set of skills to propel a ball from the tee to the hole,…

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Predictions for the 2014 Ryder Cup

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Our golf professionals predict the 2014 Ryder Cup winner The Europeans have the number 1 player in the world in Rory McIlroy. In fact, 4 of the top 6 players in the world will be playing in front of a “home” crowd at this year’s Ryder Cup in Scotland. Which brings up the next point, the 2014 Ryder Cup will be played at Gleneagles in Scotland, giving the Euros distinct…

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Romantic Spots for Marriage Proposals in Minnesota

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Creative Proposal Ideas Minnesota is beautiful throughout the year. With a little planning and creativity, you can shape a picture-perfect proposal, whatever the season. Here are some of the best places for marriage proposals in Minnesota: Lakes and Rivers We love our water in Minnesota. Whether it’s sailboats in summer or ice fishing in the heart of winter, we always find a reason to get out to our beautiful lakes…

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Food Allergy Event Planning Tips

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Event Planning Tip: How to Plan for Attendee Food Allergies With a little extra work ahead of time, you can accommodate many different dietary restrictions, even at your largest events, with these food allergy event planning tips. Food allergies are simply a reality for many people these days. Peanut allergies, celiac disease and shellfish reactions are some of the common ones, but the list is diverse and, for some people,…

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What’s Next for Tiger Woods?

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Mike Barge Weighs in on Tiger Woods’s Decision Tiger Woods has decided to part ways with swing coach Sean Foley after four years working together. The former world number one is winless in 2014 and battled back problems all season. Stuck at 14 major championship wins since 2008, Woods has not won a major with Foley at his side. He won all 14 majors with Butch Harmon and Hank Haney…

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Four Golf Shots You Never Practice (But Should)

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Practice These Golf Shots to Take Strokes off Your Game What is your practice regimen? Open with a few wedge shots to warm up, hit a 3-iron to see if something has magically improved there for you and then quickly pull the driver to try to fix that slice before heading to the putting green? If that sounds familiar, you may want to mix in a few shots you don’t…

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The Most Common Mid-Season Golf Challenges

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Improve Your Golf Game and Break Old Habits Minnesota golfers have reached the mid-point of the golf season and it may be a good time to take stock of your golf game. Typically by this time, we have had plenty of rounds under our belt so several trends in our game may have set in. But now is the time where mid-season golf challenges appear in our game, also. For…

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Who is In and Out on the 2014 Ryder Cup Teams

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Ryder Cup Spots Up for Grabs With the 2014 Ryder Cup quickly approaching the speculation for captain’s picks is picking up and the heat is on for golfers vying for the coveted positions. Hazeltine National Head Golf Professional weighs in with his thoughts on who is in and out on the 2014 Ryder Cup Teams. Last month I outlined the current Ryder Cup potential lineups for both teams and made…

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