As the Hilton Head Island, S.C., property works to highlight the island’s private side, its “welcome back” recreation initiatives invite members to make wellness and active living a priority.
The next club I hear of that solved its membership problem solely with a low cost of entry and reduced monthly fees will be the first one I hear of.
While mowing is the most routine of golf-maintenance practices, superintendents need to remain ever-diligent and open to new approaches that can help to improve productivity for the task, while also enhancing the look and playability of their courses.
While many excellent club managers and their staffs have helped to pull the industry out of its biggest collective scare in history, it’s important to stay diligent against getting too complacent, and to remain prepared for all possible scenarios.
Westin Hotels’ Project Rise: ThreadForward initiative upcycles bed sheets to create the pajamas for children in need. Last year, Westin Hotels & Resorts challenged staff from all of its properties to come up with ideas for campaigns that fit within its six pillars of well-being: sleep well, eat well, move well, feel well, work well, […]
Chaparral G&CC expanded its guest list to the public to celebrate its 50th anniversary. To celebrate milestones, many clubs host elaborate events, inviting members to the property for dinner, drinks, and fun. Member-owned Chaparral Golf & Country Club in Bullhead City, Ariz., decided to expand the guest list when celebrating its 50th anniversary, by inviting […]