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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
Jim Corbett

Golf and Business: More Than A Game

An interview with Jim Corbett

Why business and golf are a perfect match--and your perfect opportunity

"Performing well in a business-golf situation is different that you might think at first. It does not mean you have to play great golf. In fact, the quality of your golf is much less important than your understanding of what is happening around you."

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Jim Corbett created the Mr. Golf Etiquette web site in 1996.  It is the only site on the Internet that is exclusively devoted to the issues of good golf etiquette.  Jim’s articles and column have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers around the country, and the site has been favorably reviewed in virtually every golf magazine in the U.S. and many abroad, as well.


He is the co-author of The GolfBook for Kids (2000, Hara Publishing) and is the author of The Pocket Idiot’s Guide to Golf Rules & Etiquette (2007, Alpha Publishing). He is also a regular speaker at golf events on the topics of golf etiquette and “Life – And the Meaning of Golf.”


For the last 8 years Jim has been involved in co-hosting live golf radio programs; he was a weekly contributor on the national program, The Golf Guys for four years, and for four years has co-hosted a program called Tee It Up in the Seattle area. Jim is also the President of Keepers of the Game (, a non-profit  organization dedicated to promotion the traditional values of the game of golf: integrity, sportsmanship, honor.

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