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August 2014 - Club and Resort Business
A determined new management team at The Club at Cordillera is reviving what had become a poster property for how the recession rocked the industry.
There are too many other recreation and entertainment choices for families, and we must be their first.
Increasingly, mobile apps and other high-tech touches are spreading the word about all that properties offer. But the good ol’ printed piece still has an important role, too.
The herb garden at Woodfield Country Club combines healthy, nutritious foods with a bit of exercise and a dash of “going green.”
A successful fitness program hinges on having an educated and motivated staff.
While different varieties of grasses require different mowing strategies, keeping the greens in top condition is still the number-one priority for course maintenance crews.
In a setting where many things catch the eye and no detail goes unnoticed, the lockers at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster fit right in.
Meeting the special food needs and preferences of members and guests can give buffet and banquet menus a competitive edge.
Hound Ears Club's inaugural "Bouldering Demo Day" gave members a little-seen new view of the Boone, N.C., property.
In response to member and guest requests, more club and resort properties are introducing a new generation of kiddie zones.
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