Cantigny Golf’s Scott Witte not only thinks “outside the box,” but also “inside the hive” to help distinguish the property and gain special insights for its environmental mission.
Shared plates and foreign influences are gracing the starter menus of club and resort cuisine, as chefs strive to balance familiar favorites with fresh offerings.
Ten months after The Mosaic Company unveiled two unique golf courses shaped from an old phosphate mine in central Florida, it’s now preparing to open a 216-room lodge and present the property to the world.
From business gatherings to weddings, club ballrooms must be both neutral and elegant enough to handle events of all kinds.
A youthful, progressive culture, coupled with an eco-friendly attitude, sustains Tetherow Golf Club.
Be it through a dedicated steakhouse restaurant, steakhouse-inspired dishes or a well-done weekly steak night, clubs are finding they can offer an especially good fit with the wide and lasting appeal of this “old school” concept.