The management-firm pool continues to get broader and deeper, as more club, resort and golf properties decide they don’t want to face the post-recession world alone.
Happily, the majority of clubs have righted their ship by committing to Board governance focused on strategy and an empowered, skilled management team.
In one 30-minute national nightly newscast, viewers were exposed to three reports that touched on noteworthy shifts in how prominent club and resort properties are now owned, operated, marketed and perceived.
A spate of extreme weather patterns has pushed claims for property losses to all-time highs and portends an alarming shift in trends for club insurance coverage and premiums.
Following a daily regimen of “prove and improve” has helped Michael Stott, CCM, CCE, direct the escalating success of Baltimore (Md.) Country Club and reach a personal pinnacle— Excellence in Club Management Awards recognition.
Superintendents nationwide have scaled back water usage while showing that the playability and conditioning of their golf courses can still thrive.