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Is golf participation being let down by schools?  

I’ve written before about the stigma surrounding golf and it has a significant impact on participation. Emma Ballard from Medi8 , LET member Sophie Walker , Kelly Saddleton and the England Golf team including Abbie Lench and Ali Lysons have campaigned endlessly to promote golf to girls. From my experience in education, the lack of focus on golf […]

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Employee Engagement Case Study : Amazon

The Challenge At Amazon Fulfilment centres there are large amounts of employees working around the clock. Trying to create a way to engage a large proportion of the workforce has been an issue logistically. The Event We suggested a 6 hole course in the break room. This is a place where many members of staff […]

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One year, One game, Putting Edge

One Year, One Game, Putting Edge. We’ve had a fantastic first year in business and have worked with some amazing clients such as Amazon, O2 and New Balance. In one year, we have engaged a massive 14,000 players, seen 96% of employees sign up to Putting Edge team building activities and have helped one client […]

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Are you bored at business exhibitions?

We’ve all been to business exhibitions and wondered why so many stands don’t engage with us. Not every product or service is the most exciting thing, but can be essential. We all have accountants, lawyers, phone providers etc, so how do they get you to start a conversation and get the all important data? Sweets? […]

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Something different for corporate team building…

In a world of postmodern management speak, there’s a bit of a stigma to team building. For years, I thought of it in a David Brent or that guy from the call centre on BBC Three kind of way. However, employee engagement and happiness has a huge impact on retaining staff. It costs companies so […]

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How Putting Edge Started

I often get asked how Putting Edge started, so the start of our story… Another dreary team building session on an INSET day. Another meeting where I didn’t get to speak to who I wanted to. Another situation seeing groups of friends who would rather scroll down through their phone than actually engage with each […]

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