Clubs that are expanding and enhancing pool facilities and their surroundings are becoming the place to be, by offering members a safe outdoor experience with refreshed accommodations.
A boom in paddle-tennis play at Hawthorn Woods CC warranted a facility expansion to accommodate members and guests.
To boost the overall member experience and appeal to multigenerational visitors, Boothbay Harbor Country Club in Boothbay, Maine, has maximized its reputation as a full-fledged fitness destination.
Mizner Country Club in Delray Beach, Fla. partnered with Technogym to design an expanded fitness center that replaced an outdated building with cramped quarters. Individual equipment is designed to connect to users’ mobile devices, so they can keep track of personal fitness goals and monitor their progress on various machines.
Reorganized pro shop spaces are offering enjoyable, safe shopping experiences in a pandemic-restricted world.
With a brand-new clubhouse, locker rooms and more that it can now show off to membership, Bayside Resort Golf Club in Selbyville, Del. offers a welcome haven for those seeking camaraderie and community.
With clubs having to temporarily shutter facilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on-site fitness-center usage came to a standstill. But novel ways were found to bring exercise regimens to members as they sheltered in place. At The Landings Golf Club, wellness operations moved outdoors. “We now safely conduct almost 40 group fitness classes per week…
With demand for health and wellness programming and services on the rise, clubs are redesigning their spa facilities to refocus on the body and the mind in a fully reassuring fashion.
By creating bigger and better all-purpose space, clubs are turning their golf instruction and practice centers into top-notch facilities that attract more members and make important community connections.
Park Country Club in Williamsville, N.Y., has invested in an igloo dining concept for the winter months. “We were trying to create a safe, ‘ICEolated’ experience for membership as the warm weather faded. When COVID hit, it made perfect sense to provide an opportunity for folks to eat outside in an isolated environment, with…
While the pandemic has delayed their full rollout, these clubs have already seen signs of how their recent revamping of casual-dining venues will pay off when a la carte service kicks back into high gear.
Club + Resort Business’ Second Annual Awards recognize Montclair Golf Club in West Orange, N.J. for its extensive programming that caters to its youngest members. From the Family Day BBQ and “Trunk or Treat” to a 1950s sock hop with milkshakes, fries, hot dogs and soda pop; a luau with a pig roast and hula dancers; and a…
Club + Resort Business’ Second Annual Awards recognize Forsyth Country Club in Winston-Salem, N.C. for promoting a positive workplace environment that translates to productivity and a stronger sense of self through comprehensive training, incentives for growth and a general attitude towards employee well-being.
Club + Resort Business’ Second Annual Awards recognize GreatHorse in Hampden, Mass., which opened a new pool bar in August and went on to serve more than 1,000 pizzas and pour more than 1,500 drinks. “Even with certain restrictions due to COVID, the pool bar amenity has significantly increased our food-and-beverage revenue,” says Marketing and…
Locker rooms are being upgraded to take on this year’s sudden influx in golf traffic with more room for showers, saunas and other features.