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May 2016 - Club and Resort Business
Trilogy GC at Ocala Preserve is all-in on its bet that its unique approach to golf will drive interest to the new development in Florida’s horse country.
An integral component of excellence in club management is embracing the concept of wanting everyone who works for you to maximize their potential—even if it may get fully realized somewhere else.
Upgrading aquatic facilities and broadening the scope of programming helps clubs appeal to both the youngest and oldest members.
Whether a golf course is located in an area under drought conditions or in a region where rain is plentiful, irrigation practices are a vital component of water management.
Shawn Wilkes’ contributions to major improvement projects at Carmel Country Club earned him “Rising Star” recognition through the Excellence in Club Management Awards—and the opportunity to take the helm of another distinguished club.
High-tech indoor golf practice and teaching facilities allow members of all abilities to see the game in a new light.
Grilling can make heroes out of humble hot dogs and hamburgers. And when that firepower is put in the hands of talented chefs, the resulting magic is much more than smoke and mirrors.
Junior golf programs are growing up, as more targeted and relevant approaches are helping to overcome the next generations’ initial aversions to the game.
Cedar-Smoked Game Hen with grilled black plum and black cherry vinaigrette Submitted by Penelope Wong, Executive Chef, Glenmoor Country Club, Cherry Hills Village, Colo. Yield: 4 servingsIngredients 2...
Grilled Soft-Shell Maryland Crab Sandwich with grilled Amish corn Submitted by Richard Jallet, Executive Chef, Baltimore (Md.) Country Club Yield: 4 servingIngredients 4 soft-shell crab whales (measure 5...
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