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What to Know About Attending a Gala

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Tips for Attending Your First Gala Merriam-Webster’s defines ‘gala’ as: a festive celebration, especially: a public entertainment marking a special occasion. However, if you will be attending your first gala, you may need to know more than simply how it’s defined. Here, we answer some of the most common questions about attending a gala: Before the Event Plan Ahead The first factor to consider when preparing to attend a gala is…

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A Look Back at the 2014 Ryder Cup

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

Chandler Withington shares final Ryder Cup thoughts Hazeltine National Golf Club Head Golf Professional, Chandler Withington, along with a contingent of Hazeltine National members, experienced the 2014 Ryder Cup Matches in Scotland at Gleneagles earlier this month. He returned with lifelong memories and observations that will stay with him well into the 2016 Ryder Cup Matches here at Hazeltine National. Here are Chandler’s thoughts as he takes a look back…

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Playing Tips for Golfers in Fall Weather

Posted on by Ruth Glaser

The Best Season to Golf in Minnesota There is nothing that beats playing golf during the fall in Minnesota. The course conditions are the best you’ll see all season. The trees are putting on an autumnal show that keeps spirits light, no matter how bad the shot. Courses have fall rates, they are less crowded and the course pace of play becomes your pace of play. It is arguably the best…

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Plan a Holiday Party Employees Will Want to Attend

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With a Little Creativity Your Employees Will be Talking about your Holiday Party in the New Year If you and your employees are tired of the same old thing when it comes to your officeholiday party, it might be time to get creative. How about spicing up your celebration with something a little different? In our large metropolitan area, it’s easy to come up with creative alternatives to the usual company holiday…

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Build Strong Teams with a Golf Team Building Event

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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

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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

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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?

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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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