Where to Impress Your Clients
These five courses will help you seal the deal.
By Joe Passov
Senior Editor (Courses/Rankings)
It's an old axiom that as much business gets done on the golf course as in the boardroom. A round with a client at a top quality course can help your bottom line. These quality, publicly accessible venues mixing geographic locations are the ideal places to seal your negotiations.
Grayhawk Golf Club
Classic rock is piped into faux-stone speakers on the driving range, the beverage cart girls are famous for their hospitality and efficiency and there are pre- and post-round libations to be had in Phil's (as in Mickelson) Grill. Toss in two solid desert tracks, Talon and Raptor (shown here), the latter a Tom Fazio design that hosts a PGA tour event in October, and you've got the ingredients for an instant business relationship.