Articles

The Name Game

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If I were part of a family searching for places to possibly join, I think I’d be more inclined to notice, and be intrigued by, a property that stood out with unique and compelling words like “family” and “sports” in its name.


Time to Find a New Brush

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This Presidential election year is especially agitating, for obvious reasons. But the number-one irritant remains the same: Political ‘experts’ who think they know what kind of people belong to country clubs, and how they’ll vote.


Getting Our Face Time

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In one 30-minute national nightly newscast, viewers were exposed to three reports that touched on noteworthy shifts in how prominent club and resort properties are now owned, operated, marketed and perceived.


Gathering Storm

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A spate of extreme weather patterns has pushed claims for property losses to all-time highs and portends an alarming shift in trends for club insurance coverage and premiums.


Perpetual Progress

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Following a daily regimen of “prove and improve” has helped Michael Stott, CCM, CCE, direct the escalating success of Baltimore (Md.) Country Club and reach a personal pinnacle— Excellence in Club Management Awards recognition.