January 2020 Issue: The New Awakening at Hammock Dunes Club. Also in this issue: Pools for All Seasons, and Reasons; “Chef to Chef” Interview with Randy Zerfass, Lehigh CC; How Superintendents Can Help Themselves, and Their Clubs, Through Continuing Education; Finding New Spaces for Golf Performance Centers; “Super in the Spotlight”: Jake Mendoza, Detroit GC;…
The San Diego Convention Center will host the Golf Industry Show from February 2-7. The Powell family of Canton, Ohio, who were pioneers in breaking down racial barriers in the golf industry, will receive the 2019 Old Tom Morris Award.
The real trend that we’ve been seeing lately is that there are as many, if not more, parties that are interested in starting or acquiring club or course properties now as there are those looking to shut them down.
Golf course superintendents are finding that despite its salinity, the benefits of using reclaimed water outweigh the challenges.
This Chef to Chef Q&A is a little different than normal. This month’s conversation is with a chef I worked with for seven years: David Daddezio, who is now the Executive Chef at Vicmead Hunt Club and Bidermann Golf Course in Wilmington, Del. CHEF PROFILE David Daddezio, PC1 Current Position: Executive Chef, Vicmead Hunt Club and…
Even with nearly 400,000 annual rounds played on Montgomery County, Md.’s nine courses, Jon Lobenstine’s Director of Agronomy role has grown to now include supporting new revenue growth through everything from Footgolf to bourbon tastings and Saturday concerts.
A new Interactive Trail Guide at Desert Mountain Club provides hikers and bikers with state-of-the-art data on everything from suggested routes to the best spots for viewing a sunset.
Installing solar panels to help supply power to the 18-hole golf course that is part of a 4,500-acre ranch has fit with the Spearfish, S.D. property’s goal of lessening its environmental impact and being a community asset.