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Apple Strawberry Rhubarb Buckle

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A buckle is simply a baked dessert made with yellow cake batter. It can also be topped with streusel crumbs. We use small, disposable baking cups. It is served warm with crème anglaise, a dollop of whipped vanilla cream and rich ice cream. You can also accompany it with strawberry preserve and a shaved chocolate […]


Everyone Into (And Around) The Pool!

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Summing It Up A renovated pool can help jumpstart your new member recruiting efforts. Older pools can cause costly problems for other club areas. Pools are becoming more elaborate. How does yours stack up? A good pool will draw more hungry members and give F&B a boost. With a bit of marketing, your pool can […]


From Pencil and Paper to POS for the PGA

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Summing It Up There’s rarely a “perfect time” for system introductions or upgrades, even in “normal” club operations. The reach of point-of-sale systems for foodservice, the pro shop and other areas of club operations can now literally be extended well beyond the clubhouse walls, through integration with both wireless networks and the Web. Reports generated […]


Golf Course Self-Inspection

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During a “Remodeling University” session presented by the American Society of Golf Architects, these four questions were provided as guidelines that directors and managers of any course should ask themselves periodically, to determine if major course renovations are in order: • Is our golf course supporting or drawing the maximum number of rounds or memberships, […]