Join Ed Ibarguen, PGA Professional at the Duke University Golf Club, for the kick-off of the new "Chris and Valerie Mason Golf for Professional Success Initiative." Mr. Ibarguen will present for an hour on the basics of the game of golf and how golf can be a highly significant business tool for lawyers. Attendees who are not experienced golfers and would like to learn the game will have the opportunity to sign up to be members of the inaugural class in the Mason Golf Initiative - five men and five women will be randomly selected from the sign-ups to receive 5 free group lessons (sponsored by Chris and Valerie Mason) with Mr. Ibarguen at the Duke University Golf Club facilities. These lessons will provide the students with the ability to effectively use golf as a business tool. For more information, please contact Steve Rawson at email@example.com.
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Golf for Professional Success
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