Chefs across the country are finding that cooking sous vide is more than just a time and labor saver. It is also one of the easiest and most effective ways to deeply infuse ingredients and brine foods for different flavors and textures.
Sporting clays and other shooting options are becoming popular at many club and resort properties, as an activity that can be added in a relatively simple and cost-effective fashion.
Nathan Neumann has executed major course renovations at each step in his 19-year career, culminating with this year’s overhaul of the historic MacKenzie/Maxwell design at Oklahoma City G&CC.
The golf industry is embracing one trend—alternative forms of on-course transportation—that may intrigue a large percentage of golfers and possibly attract new golfers to the game.
Great golf options and the unique hoofed loopers have drawn visitors to the remote Eastern Oregon resort; once there, they discover much more to the property’s operation, and its purpose.
Clubs are rethinking their approach to locker-room design, with equal parts emphasis on function, style and creating open and welcoming gathering spots.
A complete, $6.3 million renovation to The Oaks Club’s Heron Course, one of two 18-hole golf courses at the property on the southwest Florida coast, has resulted in significantly improved playability and greater ability to withstand the whims of Mother Nature.
Whether at Knollwood Club or away, Executive Chef Tim Rios takes an active role in the development of young chefs. When not at the club, he has been an adjunct instructor at a community college and an accreditation evaluator for the American Culinary Federation. He shared his thoughts and experiences with Chef Jerry Schreck.
While maintaining the unique spirit and appeal of its classic clubhouse, Mountain Ridge CC in West Caldwell, N.J. has set a steady course for long-range progress, to ensure it stays in step with changing times.
Even after completing a $57 million clubhouse renovation and earning Excellence in Club Management accolades, Patrick King is always on the alert for new ways to keep Army Navy CC moving forward.
Clubs looking to add a new revenue stream and provide members with a fun and healthy option for traversing the golf course are discovering the benefits of alternative forms of transportation.
When Paul Sauerteig, a member of Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind., invited his friend Chef Charlie Trotter to visit in 2008, it began the club’s long relationship with Blessings in a Backpack, a charity that provides book bags of food to underprivileged children every Friday during the school year, so they will have…
Last month I wrote about all the “firsts” I’ve been experiencing since joining the team at Club + Resort Business. The ink was barely dry on that issue and I’ve already added to that list—my first visit to the PGA Fashion & Demo Experience in Las Vegas. While I loved meeting with so many professionals…
The Greer, S.C. club has worked its way through an ambitious agenda this year, hosting two tournaments while also pursuing a $4 million makeover of its clubhouse and golf course.
With an eye to both the present and the future, general managers and activities directors are finding new ways to keep kids active and engaged year-round through a broader range of athletic endeavors.