Chances are, if your attendees are not on the course in their spare time, you'll find them getting a massage at the spa. Or they might decide to take a soak at the spa and skip the greens altogether. “The emergence of spas at resorts in recent years has cut slightly into golf participation,” says Charlie Kent, director of golf at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, Texas. “Nowadays, novice golfers who are undecided about playing golf often opt for a spa treatment.” In ...

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