At the core, KPI Golf is built around the principle that golf courses serve as the epicenter of the communities in which they reside. The local living environment goes the way of your country club – jobs, recreation, real estate values, quality of life.
This is a story of how we have chosen to model our company – giving without expectation of anything in return.
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I lost my wedding ring in the ocean this weekend.
We were on a family trip to Southwest Florida. We were staying at a beachside rental in Englewood, just south of Sarasota.
Our family is very close, and we always have a great time together, laughing and playing games. Well, the silly game that we came up with this time was volleyball…or a modification thereof. We basically all stood in a circle and tried to keep the ball going (we’re terrible).
After we were finished, as I was toweling off I realized that my wedding ring was gone. It feel off my finger in the middle of the ocean while we were playing. The story that ensues is a true representation of giving without any expectation whatsoever…and a ton of luck.
Our friend John, who we met randomly on that beach modeled exactly how we have chosen to conduct our business. Intent matters and the outcome is always positive.
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