After it became all too clear that members weren’t holding the club in high regard, The Gallery GC took aggressive steps to put a better image on permanent display.
Ten months after The Mosaic Company unveiled two unique golf courses shaped from an old phosphate mine in central Florida, it’s now preparing to open a 216-room lodge and present the property to the world.
After a multi-million course renovation put the famed Southern California resort back in the game, Superintendent Steve Auckland and his course and grounds staff are making sure the investment will pay long-term dividends. For ten years, Steve Auckland must have felt like he was fighting a losing battle. No matter how hard he tried, or […]
Summing It Up Winter sports are a great way to attract members and guests in the offseason. Clay tennis courts can be converted into skating rinks with a little extra capital—and there are ways to offset the cost. Curling, growing in popularity, is a great aerobic exercise. Convert an existing room into an indoor hitting […]
Is your Web site serving you—and your club members—as it should? Clubs that take Web site marketing and maintenance seriously are reaping the rewards of their labor faster than they could ever have imagined. But for too many club and resort properties, sites that were created with a lot of excitement and sizzle several years […]