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Inside Baltusrol’s “Taj Mahal of Maintenance”

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  Some golf course superintendents sleep at their clubs because they have no choice—they often work such long days that it doesn't make sense to go home and turn right around for the very early starts their jobs require. And when they stay at the course, accommodations are hardly five-star; sleeping on a green, in […]


Sales and Catering Software: Help Is At Hand

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You’re the Director of Sales & Catering at Perfect Setting Golf & Country Club. It’s a beautiful early-summer Sunday evening, perfect for a cookout and a cold one with your family and neighbors—but you’re in the club’s offices, and you’re the only one here. You’ve pretty much been in and out of here all weekend, […]


Oakland Hills Gets Set to “Make the Turn” at 90

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Project Details The Club Champion of Name-Dropping Few clubs can boast direct connection with so many of the great names of golf–both individuals, and tournaments–as Oakland Hills. Here's the honor roll of all who've worked and played at the storied club, and in what tournaments, during its first 90 years: 1918 – South Course, designed […]


An Inspiring “Comeback” at California’s Quail Lodge

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At first it's a bit hard to fathom just how far an exclusive resort property in California's picturesque Carmel Valley, where nightly room rates start at $225 and top out at $825, must have fallen off its game before it could then earn recognition as "U.S. Comeback Hotel of the Year" from a leading travel […]