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April 2018 - Club and Resort Business

How Park CC Builds On Its Grand Tradition

The Williamsville, N.Y., club has found unique ways to introduce special new features throughout its castle-like clubhouse—and to turn around a money-losing operation in the process.

Closing the Great Divide

More and more public courses and facilities seem to be realizing they need to be more club- and resort-like to attract new business.

Moving to the Front

Any club can afford cash bonuses and other training incentives that can lead to better service, more professional and motivated staff, and higher-quality food.

Patios with Pizzazz

With more members extending their visits well beyond sunset, outdoor spaces have become a vital component for stretching the social hours.

Sizzle on the Sound

Plenty of great ideas and good fellowship filled the air, along with the famous Pike Market fish, as club chefs converged on Seattle for C&RB’s Tenth Annual Chef to Chef Conference.

Pioneer Spirit

Etowah Valley Golf & Resort, a 27-hole layout that celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, has found new life in the western North Carolina mountains.

Perfect Timing

To put a permanent face on its 50th anniversary celebration, Mission Viejo CC now proudly and prominently displays a customized post clock near its clubhouse and first tee.

A Perfect Pairing

Bay Colony GC elevated its popular “Wine Not” dinner program by creating a designated wine room as part of its recent clubhouse renovation.

Climbing the Ladder

Brian Baldwin has embraced every opportunity that’s been presented to him since beginning to work in private clubs—and his successful response to each earned his appointment as the first Assistant General Manager in the history of Baltusrol Golf Club.

Striking a Balance

Along the impressive career path that has taken Anne Stryhn through a variety of prominent clubs and to her current post as Assistant General...

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