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July 2017 - Club and Resort Business
New management has revived the original owner’s dream for a special Indiana retreat at Victoria National GC.
Some of the industry’s oldest-school properties are finally shaking themselves loose from hidebound traditions regarding not only dress, but also facility decor and their general club atmospheres.
The club and resort market is highly fragmented and each club has its own DNA. We learned early on that idea-sharing among clubs is a common occurrence.
Investing in updated outdoor furnishings can help clubs better serve—and seat—their members.
Twin Orchard CC has embraced a leading role in a training program to help residents of Little City learn marketable foodservice skills.
Pool programming that suits members’ changing needs is the best way to ensure that the most family-friendly amenity lives up to expectations.
A boost from new management under Troon Privé has added to the culinary momentum driven by Executive Chef Denise Caurdy-O’Connor at Knollwood CC.
Hound Ears Club’s new community garden is already so popular, there are “no vacancies” for its beds.
While mowing is a routine practice for golf course maintenance staffs, superintendents must be diligent about providing proper and consistent training to ensure the safety of their workers when operating equipment.
Joe Furlow’s accomplishments in reviving The Academy of Magical Arts have been every bit as eye-opening as the acts that perform in the Hollywood,...
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