In Ireland, lawyers build golf courses in their offices — or at least that’s what Irish law firm, Arthur Cox, did.
According to RollOnFriday the firm now has “six putting greens in an area normally reserved for seminars.”
The course is not just for partners, RollOnFriday says: “Staff have spent lunch breaks thwacking golf balls at each other in a series of inter-departmental play-offs over the last year, with entrance fees being donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care.”
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