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Some corporations steering clear of Masters parties

Updated: November 23, 2002, 6:54 PM ET
Associated Press

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Terry Wick couldn't ask for a better place to cater to VIP golf fans than The Clubhouse, a banquet hall he manages that's across the street from the main entrance to Augusta National Golf Club.

For the Masters tournament in April, big companies throw private parties and pay in the five figures for Wick's red-carpet treatment. They get duck with orange brandy sauce on the menu, leather couches facing three TVs in one dining room, and a putting green in the parking lot.

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