The historic Georgia property nearly saw the recession write its final chapter, but has since been revived by new ownership and a renewed sense of purpose.
Today’s managers shouldn’t limit themselves in how, or where, they look for new ideas and approaches that can help their properties continue to grow—and that can help the managers themselves grow professionally as well.
More often than not, I will remember a fantastic service experience long beyond holing that 40-foot putt or a fantastic 4th of July pool party and fireworks show, and will no doubt share the story with others.
Whirlwind GC hopes its new clock will lead to many “selfie” reasons for promoting the club.
The Royal Canadian Yacht Club organized remote-control sailboat races in the swimming pool of its midtown winter clubhouse to keep members engaged during the wintry off-season.
A chance meeting led to a fruitful mentor-mentee relationship between Robert Josey, General Manager of The Country Club, and Nick Markel, his Assistant Manager and the “Rising Star” winner through the Excellence in Club Management Awards.
An innovative web-based, labor-tracking application helps The Valley Club in Hailey, Idaho use its resources wisely to keep the course in top condition.
Quail Creek CC’s addition of two bocce courts has given members another reason to stick around after dinner and socialize on-site.
Executive Chef Kaui Stryhn has found no shortage of ways to continue to elevate The Commonwealth Club’s culinary profile.
A tent upgrade has revitalized event business at Basking Ridge Country Club by providing a new venue for outdoor gatherings.
Whatever the agenda, today’s ballrooms at club and resort properties should be flexible and adaptable, with walls, ceilings and floors providing the subtle, but important decorative elements that can help to set the right tones and moods for a full variety of events.