In the Holy City, there’s no shortage of history—which has inspired some of Charleston, South Carolina’s more luxurious properties. Read more for everything planners need to know about five of them.
Planning a golf activity during a meeting can present a variety of challenges for planners. Group golf program experts recommend incorporating user-friendly formats that will ensure everyone leaves the course satisfied after a day on the fairway. Read for three group golf formats you should use at your next golf event.
Meetings Today held its Meetings Today LIVE Golf! event for meeting planners in Palm Springs, California, from October 27 to October 30, 2019. The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa was the host hotel for the event.
Golfing is still a great way to conduct meetings and network. Learn some of the ways this outing has evolved and why scheduling your next golf event goes beyond the course from Mark Crabb with Greater Palm Springs CVB, interviewed at Meetings Today LIVE! Golf 2019.
Virginia’s history, resorts and culture make it an attractive meetings destination in 2019. Read to discover the state’s best-in-class venues and other group offerings.
South Carolina is as golf friendly as it is meetings friendly. Read on for seven golf courses statewide that accommodate customized group tournaments as well as pre- and post-play receptions and banquets.
Planners who are interested in booking a fun and engaging alternative to a traditional golf tournament are increasingly relying on Topgolf’s turnkey entertainment facilities for a new spin on the classic networking event. Topgolf has two locations in South Carolina, Topgolf Greenville and Topgolf Myrtle Beach.
Golf is a popular pastime along the Gulf of Mexico’s shore. Southern states with Gulf-front footage are filled with fine fairways and golf-related facilities for all skill levels and all seasons. In this region, it’s easy to incorporate the game of golf into the program—or even make it the main event.
PGA of America is moving its headquarters from Palm Beach County, Florida, to Frisco, where it will anchor a 600-acre, mixed-use development with an initial investment worth more than a half-billion. The move is one that will further cement Frisco’s positioning as a sports, events and meetings mecca.
Golf resorts are staying in the game for the next generation by offering innovative new ways to play and other features. Incorporating the latest technology, moving away from traditional play and even taking the game off the course are among the trends leading the way for golf events in 2019.