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3 Things Stadium Managers Can Learn From the Players of the Sony Open

, , | January 15, 2015 | By

For those teeing off at 7:00 AM for the commencement of the Sony Open in Hawaii today, know the stakes are high.

They also know a win is a win. They’re prepared to get that win.

With $1,008,000 as the winning share, a Sony Open win will be a nice payday for the victor. J.J Henry, Chez Reavie and Spencer Levin all know how vital it is to maintain their composure and stay laser focused.

How do they do it? What methods do these professional players use in order to perfect their game? To stay effective?

Contained in all great victories are important lessons to be learned. So that’s what we did: We learned. We’ve identified the major components of achieving operational greatness through the successes learned from winning golfers – like last year’s winner, Jimmy Walker.

How can stadium managers ensure their effectiveness is “up to par” like the pros?

Stadium managers can gain lots of useful insight into what it takes to achieve the operational greatness demonstrated in Honolulu. We knew this when Rory Mcilroy won the 2014 British Open, and we still believe it now.

Check out our presentation on the 3 things the players of the Sony Open can teach stadium managers about achieving operational greatness while you keep your eyes peeled on today’s tournament.

We don’t want to give away all the secrets before you take a swing at the presentation, but know this…stadium managers that achieve operational greatness win more victories of their own, especially where the guest experience matters.