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November 2014 – Club and Resort Business
The Minnesota club that boasts strong ties to legendary names like Ross, Jones and Berg is keeping pace with the times through consistent planning and seamless management transitions.
The selfie craze offers unusually strong marketing power for getting your property’s identity to spread and multiply instantly, as if it was displayed in a series of funhouse mirrors.
While C&RB in print remains the preferred medium of choice for readers, we continue to see growth in traffic and time spent on our website, too.
Pinetop (Ariz.) Country Club's 18-hole Women's Golf Association planned a celebration of pink for the annual Fun Day.
Upgraded golf practice facilities have moved front-and-center as an important amenity that not only helps to boost interest in the game, but also adds appeal and value to club memberships.
With a wealth of new technology at their disposal, superintendents now have much more than soil probes and Stimpmeters in their toolkits to help keep courses in top-notch condition.
Schuylkill Country Club's inaugural Yuengling Oktoberfest Golf Championship and Brewfest combined two traditions: golf and a fall celebration.
The University of Texas Club’s Darrell K Royal Power Boardroom combines technology, style and comfort.
Powerful new electric utility vehicles are conquering the challenges posed by 36 holes of constant activity at Canoe Brook CC.
Properties that invest in their tennis facilities are netting positive results from surging interest in the sport among players of all ages.
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