Letting Nature Take the Course

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After earning certification as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, Paradise Valley Country Club now holds an annual Audubon Day event to educate members and their children on the importance of protecting natural resources. Sometimes, it only takes a short while to make a longlasting impression on the next generation. Just ask the folks at Paradise […]

Sweet Revenge

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Sun City Hilton Head hosts an annual “Superintendent’s Revenge” event, including unusual obstacles on every hole. And you thought it was hard to get a Masters Tournament badge. At Sun City Hilton Head in Bluffton, S.C., a chance to tee it up for the annual “Superintendent’s Revenge” event is on par with trying to gain […]


Up to Code

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The CC of Virginia created a Youth Code of Conduct—a community-based set of expectations, rather than a list of rules and consequences, to guide behavior through recognition and positive reinforcement. As clubs continue to become more family-oriented with a greater emphasis on youth programming, it’s also become more important to find effective ways to communicate […]


Pure Adventure

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The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes is encouraging little ones to engage in real-life adventures on the property’s 500 acres As more and more children fuel their technology addictions with constant screen time, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes in Orlando, Fla., is encouraging little ones to engage in real-life adventures on the property’s 500 acres, while […]


Aging with Style

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Grosse Pointe YC has elevated and expanded its menu with dry-aged proteins. Traditionally, steak can be a pretty boring menu item for club chefs. But the problem with reinventing steak is that when a member orders a filet, he or she expects a super-tender cut of beef with a well-seasoned crust, cooked medium-rare. Instead of […]


Finding a Cure-All

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The Metropolitan Club of the City of Washington now offers an in-house charcuterie program. Members of The Metropolitan Club of the City of Washington (D.C.) love seeing “house-made” on menus, because it signals quality, freshness, and care. It’s a visual reminder of how the club’s culinary team always seeks to go the extra mile to […]