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January 2017 - Club and Resort Business
A new multi-purpose clubhouse/community concept with a unique interaction of indoor and outdoor space has been added to a distinctive golf course to enliven the rebranded Naples, Fla., property.
I’ve often been shocked, when sitting in general managers’ offices or taking tours through clubhouses, to see how some of the best parts of clubs’ stories have been relegated to piles on the floor or dusty boxes in the basement.
Trump’s promise to deliver regulatory relief should translate to a more favorable business climate—particularly for small businesses, like clubs.
Old Edwards Inn and Spa in Highlands, N.C., gave kids a glimpse into "Christmas Around the World."
Woodloch Resort in Hawley, Pa., kicked off the holiday season with its own take on a popular German event.
More than ever, experienced and reliable equipment technicians are in high demand, to help course-maintenance departments run at peak efficiency.
The F&B team at The Club at Mediterra, with no fewer than four certified culinary professionals as well as a General Manager who was previously an Executive Chef, has come together for seamless and never-ending pursuit of a singular goal: providing great service and food for the membership.
On-site sales outlets are expanding and redefining their retailing approach, to broaden the appeal and reach of a club’s brand.
A variety of factors have prompted clubs to get serious about capturing and presenting their pasts in a way that can also promote the value of membership for generations to come. Here are some do’s and don’ts for creating permanent archives that will properly put the “story” in history.
Management firms now openly cite technology as the key to providing better golfing experiences for club customers.Summing It Up Technology is seen as a...