September 2017

Lay of the Land

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Stoatin Brae, a new golf course with a Scottish influence at a southwestern Michigan resort, was built on a prime piece of property with sustainability and turf maintenance in mind.

Featured, Ideas

Drinking With the Dogs

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By inviting members’ furry best friends to a recent “Yappy Hour” event, Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, N.J., brought new energy to the facility. Club and resort properties are always working to find new twists on social events, and by inviting members’ furry best friends to a recent “Yappy Hour” event, Ramblewood Country Club […]


Chef to Chef, Featured

Casting a Strong Shadow

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Even in the heartland and one of the barbecue capitals of the world, Executive Chef Allen Blair finds ways to use a farm-fresh seasonal focus and special smoking techniques to shine a bright light on Shadow Glen GC’s culinary offerings.


Featured, Food & Beverage

Good To Go

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Just because they’re not eating in the dining room doesn’t mean that members and guests expect less than outstanding food. For takeout and grab-and-go fare, club and resort chefs’ satellite menus are displaying creativity and attention to delicious details.


Featured, Ideas

Let Them Make Cake

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The inaugural Cake Camp held this summer at Miramont Country Club in Bryan, Texas invited children to receive hands-on training for the most important meal of the day—dessert. Cooking classes are a fun way to get members interacting with club staff and facilities. The inaugural Cake Camp held this summer at Miramont Country Club in […]


Design & Renovation, Featured

Comfort Zones

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Updating interior furnishings is the icing on the cake for extensive renovations and redesigns at club and resort properties. Take a seat and lend an ear: Creating a comfortable space that is conducive to socializing and extended visits has become a must for any club or resort property. While newly expanded facilities are important for […]