I had a college professor once tell me that if I ever wanted to make it in the business world I needed to take up golf. He explained it to me like this, "You bond over golf, it's not on the same level as business, it's casual, but if you can play a mean game of golf you'll earn respect." He had a good point, although I still have yet to learn how to golf...

Take advantage of the business/golf complex AND get in-the-know on the Wasatch Back economy tomorrow at the 4th annual "What's IN OUT back!" Economic Summit. The summit is an innovative, fast-paced program with a focus on educating attendees on the current local economy. The summit is designed to network new and existing organizations that are shaping the current economy of the Wasatch Back while learning about local issues and opportunities in the business and economics.

Gov. Gary Herbert gets things under way at 7:30 a.m. over breakfast, followed by a forum on local business issues in and around Heber, led by Gary Harter, managing director of new business in the Governor's Office of Economic Development.

A golf tournament will follow the summit at the Red Ledges golf course. Red Ledges is a private, Jack Nicklaus Signature course in Heber City. The challenging 7,653-yard course was rated as the #1 Best New Private Course in America by GOLF Magazine.

The summit, held at The Wasatch County Recreation Center, costs $40 (including breakfast and lunch), entrance without lunch is $25 and $185 for a single entry in the golf tournament. Summit and golf registration is $205.

Registration is still open for the morning, click here to get your swing on and business savvy.