The recent sale of the Cary, N.C., property has produced a new formula for success: Owners invest, professional managers operate, and members enjoy the club.
The only hint of golf at this Texas property is the owners’ and staff’s drive to make it “the Augusta of sporting clubs.”
A smooth top-management transition has kept the industry’s largest operation out in front in its quest to continually reset the bar for innovative member and guest engagement.
Tiger Woods’ first U.S. golf course is just the start of how Bluejack National plans to redefine the club business.
Simplified membership structures, enhanced golf facilities, reinvigorated events and new food-and-beverage offerings have brightened the outlook for the Las Vegas property, after a group of members purchased the club to ensure its future.
The property has served notice, through a major course and clubhouse renovation, that it plans to be a big part of central Wisconsin’s emergence as a new mecca for golf and other activities.