As part of the Delray Beach, Fla. club’s COVID-19 response, members are now able to purchase food, baked goods, perishables and beverages at CRAFTMART, which is normally the acclaimed on-site dining establishment CRAFT.
Original renovation plans for the New Hampshire club included the razing of three existing maintenance structures and the construction of a one-story, 2,500-sq.-ft. addition to the existing maintenance garage, along with a new, 2,800-sq.-ft. stand-alone building. The revised plan includes a 4,400-sq.-ft. building to be constructed adjacent to the existing maintenance garage.
The report, which is updated daily at 5 p.m., provides answers for if and how courses can be operated as states and local authorities combat the coronavirus outbreak—including whether play and/or routine maintenance is allowed, and other local considerations.
The Alabama Golf Course Superintendents Association led the development of statewide best-management practices in 10 key areas, including maintenance operations, surface water management, nutrient management, integrated pest management and pollinator protection.
While Brandel Chamblee regretted his “unfortunate choice of words” during a controversial interview, he stood by his criticism of golf pros and instructors for “teaching flawed philosophies” and swing theories that have been exposed by the proliferation of Internet and social-media video. The long-held belief that movement should be restricted is being replaced by evidence…
Anne G. Stryhn, CCM, Assistant General Manager of The Country Club of Virginia, and Ben Lorenzen, Creative Director & Director of Aquatics & Fitness of Champions Run in Omaha, Neb., were joined by Ryan Doerr and Laura Leszczynski of Strategic Club Solutions to outline ways to keep members engaged even with limited access during the…
V1 Sports, producers of a video swing-analysis platform for teaching pros and golfers, has reported a noticeable increase in golfer registrations and in the number of teaching professionals onboarding to the V1 Pro system, coinciding with the recent uptick of Americans now basing all activities from home.
I was having trouble breathing and felt an intense pressure on my chest. I thought I was having a heart attack. Turns out, it was a panic attack.
To compete with online retailers and “big box” stores for sales of golf equipment and other hard goods, clubs can use their knowledge of the industry and familiarity with members’ wants and needs to gain a distinct advantage.
Thrasher Golf, a family-owned business, sells everything needed to run a successful driving range—from golf ball pickers and golf ball washers to driving range accessories, including mats, range pails, tees, yardage markers, and more. Log onto www.thrashergolf.com to get started.
The Fort Myers, Fla. club will introduce a new resort-style pool and outdoor bar as part of the project. An enhanced fitness center, indoor and outdoor dining, 1,600-bottle wine cellar and exhibition kitchen with a pizza oven are also included.
The Rock Hill, S.C. club is part of the National Football League team’s overall plans to move operations out of Charlotte, N.C. Plans for the new team property include practice facilities, hotels, restaurants and other additions. The project will have its own new interchange off a main freeway.
As a response to current self-distancing and quarantine mandates, the FLEX turnkey program offers club operators the opportunity to provide curated classes, specific workouts, stretches, cool downs and wellness content to all or a select group of members, based on their membership type.
The Chicagoland facility’s McWethy’s Tavern is also offering community assistance in buying bread and milk—opening its buying power to the community in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The South Ayrshire links course first hosted golf’s oldest major in 1923—marking the partnership’s 100-year anniversary. Public Health Minister Joe FitzPatrick said the event meant approximately $128 million in benefits to Scotland in 2016, the last time The Open was played there.