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By inviting members’ furry best friends to a recent “Yappy Hour” event, Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, N.J., brought new energy to the facility. Club and resort properties are always working to find new twists on social events, and by inviting members’ furry best friends to a recent “Yappy Hour” event, Ramblewood Country Club […]
The inaugural Cake Camp held this summer at Miramont Country Club in Bryan, Texas invited children to receive hands-on training for the most important meal of the day—dessert. Cooking classes are a fun way to get members interacting with club staff and facilities. The inaugural Cake Camp held this summer at Miramont Country Club in […]
Rumson CC gave the traditional paint-and-sip class a club-specific twist, using a popular view from the property as the students’ subject. Paint-and-sip-style events that offer basic painting instruction as attendees enjoy a glass of wine have exploded in popularity over the past few years. Rumson (N.J.) Country Club adopted the trend for an event in […]
Desert Mountain wowed guests at a surprise birthday party for member Paulette Maslick by utilizing “skullmapping,” a 3-D production process that projects animated scenes onto diners’ plates. When hosting private events, clubs continue to innovate to create one-of-a-kind experiences for members. Joe Maslick, a member of Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Ariz., wanted to present something […]
The fishing-focused pro shop at The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch’s new Outfitter Center suits member needs in both style and function.