Rocky Shore Golf Links: Douglas Peterson (Abridged) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This is an abridged version of "Rocky Shore Golf Links: Douglas Peterson" (UVA-QA-0687) retains the main elements of the full case, but reduces the detail of the golf course and golf jargon. It is a negotiation of the case and is meant to be paired with "Rocky Shore Golf Links: Donald Andrews (abridged)" (UVA-QA-0790). For Douglas Peterson and his two 10-year-old partner in golf, it was a memorable tour of the world-class course with a caddy who have made significant contributions to the implementation. Caddy for Donald Andrews, the tour was one of the most difficult, physically and mentally, in which he was involved. When the group came up the 18th fairway, Peterson reflected on the appropriate amount to tip a caddy while Andrews wondered how it could affect the size of the tip. "Hide
by Sherwood C. Frey, Lucien Bass, Mark A. Dausen Source: Darden School of Business 5 pages. Publication Date: May 18, 2012. Prod. #: UV6351-PDF-ENG

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