Business golf requires proper etiquette on the course if you want to accomplish your goals, says Richard Brasser, owner of Targeted Golf in Charlotte, N.C. (www.targetedgolf.com). Here are his top “Don'ts” for executives on the links: Don't put business before fun and camaraderie. Let your playing partner address business first. Don't just show up — plan ahead. Make sure the pro shop has the right sleeve of balls for the handicap of the players, for example, and make sure that the names ...

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