YTD Rounds Still Up Despite Slow August

By | October 1, 2006

The figures below show the percent change in rounds played in Aug. 2006 vs. Aug. 2005, and for the year to date.   AUG YTD Private clubs 0.1% 1.6% Public courses — Premium (above $70) -4.1% 0.0% — Standard ($40 to $70) 0.8% 1.7% — Value (below $40) -1.3% 1.4% Total public courses -1.0% 1.3% […]

Half Moon Bay Honors Pro by Renaming Restaurant

By | October 1, 2006

Mullins Half Moon Bay Golf Links (south of San Francisco) is celebrating the re-opening of its renovated clubhouse restaurant, now called Mullins Bar & Grill, in honor of long-time club professional Moon Mullins. "We wanted everyone to know how much Moon has meant to all of us who have worked with him and played with […]

Clubs and Resorts

By | October 1, 2006

Miller Cheney Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort has promoted Jason Cheney to Clubhouse Manager, to oversee the operations of the entire clubhouse in addition to his duties as Food & Beverage Director. On the heels of announcing a series of renovations to the famed Blue Monster Golf Course, Doral Golf Resort & Spa has hired […]

Yamaha Makes Wish Come True

By | October 1, 2006

  Jared Ellis and his parents test drive their customized golf car. Jared Ellis didn't want to meet a famous athlete or go on a vacation. He just wanted to get outside and play like most most six-year-olds. But, unlike other kids his age, cerebral palsy has kept him immobilized-until now. With the help of […]

Jack Nicklaus Designs First Course in Chile

By | September 4, 2006

The view of the Osorno Volcano from the Patagonia Virgin Frutillar Golf & Resort site. Jack Nicklaus and Jaime Said, President and Founder of Patagonia Virgin Frutillar Golf & Resort, have signed an agreement to bring the first Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course to the Republic of Chile. The official signing was a significant step […]

Camp Creek Transitions from Public to Private; Offers Caddie Program

By | September 1, 2006

Camp Creek Golf Club, an awardwinning, Tom Fazio design located along Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast, has transitioned from public to private this summer, with restricted play for members and resort guests beginning Labor Day. Under the privatization plan, play at Camp Creek is limited to club members and their guests, guests of the WaterColor Inn […]