Some entertainment and hospitality experts now compare today’s fine dining experiences to going to the theater several generations ago. Like theater, fine dining offers a chance to escape the everyday grind and unwind in an ambiance-rich setting. Because people already turn to clubs and resorts for atmosphere, enhancing existing formal dining experiences with up-to-date designs […]
Photos by Aker/Zvonkovic Photography, courtesy Kirksey Architecture Back in 2002, the Houston Golf Association announced it was looking for a new home for the Houston Shell Open. The group wanted to boost attendance by moving the event closer to the city. Redstone Golf Management Group became involved when Memorial Park entered into consideration; the group […]
The trend to more family-friendly atmospheres is leading clubs to remove “Men’s Only” signs, or add new rooms, to better mix things up and let everyone enjoy casual spaces.
With all the investment and effort that goes into developing and maintaining club properties, it only makes sense to try to maximize the use of your grounds not only for golf and other forms of recreation, but for banquets, weddings, meetings, and special member events as well. Outdoor events offer unique opportunities to show off […]
It was not too long ago that the locker rooms at The Briar Club were about as exciting as unwrapping a box of socks on Christmas morning. Out of the 250 metal lockers at the Houston-based club, only about 180 were rented. Most members rushed in and out of the dressing areas, and many kept […]
How this Reno, Nev., club has made the transition from semi-private “development amenity” to full-service country club.