How Slow Can You Go?

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Outdoor cooking is now much more than hotdogs and hamburgers. These four club chefs show how to make BBQ anything but boring.

Success at Every Stage

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Buffets at clubs and resorts are becoming ever-more elaborate and entertaining productions-starring food that rivals anything guests could order from the menu.


A Vital Role at Seminole

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Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Fla. (just north of Palm Beach) is one of the crown jewels in American golf history. When it was created in 1929 by E. F. Hutton (the man, not the company) and other Palm Beach sportsmen, it was conceived as essentially a golf-only club that would close promptly at […]


Wine & Nine

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Club wine programs aren’t just “fringy” events anymore.


Weddings Without A Hitch

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A new club is taking a fresh new look at how to package and provide club weddings-and from their bookings, it looks like they may be on to something.


Ireland With New Flair

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Whistling Straits Golf Course opened in Wisconsin in 1998 and wasted little time establishing itself as one of the country’s leading upscale daily-fee golf destinations. The Straits Course now ranks 23rd on Golf Digest's list of 100 Greatest Golf Courses and third on its list of Best Golf Resorts, behind only Pebble Beach and Bandon […]



Save the Date!

Tenth Annual Chef to Chef Conference

March 4-6, 2018
Seattle

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