Kicking back with a cool cocktail and friendly conversation is a great way to cap off a day at the club. However, many club managers are not taking their bars for granted anymore. To keep pace with growing trends toward casual comfort and assure that their bars become centers of activity, managers are turning to […]
How this Reno, Nev., club has made the transition from semi-private “development amenity” to full-service country club.
When the Country Club of Terre Haute in Terre Haute, Ind., learned that its 67-year-old pool needed immediate replacement, club officials didn’t see the situation as a hassle. Instead, they saw an opportunity to put a fresh look on the club’s al fresco areas. “During the process of designing the pool, we asked our landscape […]
For many clubs and resorts, kitchen renovations often end up on the back burner. It’s not that an efficient, top-of-the-line kitchen isn’t nice to have; it’s just that when there isn’t enough money to go around, resources tend to be distributed to the areas that are most visible to members and guests. As a result, […]
For some clubs, space and size limitations pose challenges to dining versatility. Yet when members book an event at the Roaring Fork Club in Basalt, Colo., Karen Baxter, Food and Beverage Director, focuses on meeting their needs regardless of the event's size. Admittedly, finding enough space can be difficult to say the least. "Some clubs […]
How a quick, cost-efficient and effective renovation has put this New Jersey club in much better position to take on “The Donald.”