One of the most important components of a successful golf tournament is the format. Use the wrong kind of format for your group and you could have a lot of unhappy golfers by the end of the tournament. Chuck Lane — who as assistant vice president, public relations and meeting services for Humana in Green Bay, Wis., plans 12 to 15 tournaments a year — says that a tournament should be designed “to create a meaningful experience, a sense of team and camaraderie. You ...

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