Put That in Your Putter and Smoke It…

October 1998
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p21
Academic Journal
Compares the performance of a company to the golf handicaps of chief executive officers. How companies which are managed by the top 25 percent of golfing executives performed, compared to companies managed by executives who did not golf as well; Reasons cited for the correlation between golf handicaps and a company's performance; Reference to an article prepared by investment newsletter editor Graef Crystal of `The New York Times.'


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