Taking Many Shapes

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Club and resort properties are developing a variety of new aquatic facilities to maximize their appeal to water-loving members. Water. Humans love it, and not just because it makes a refreshing drink on a warm day. We enjoy exercising in it, splashing in it for fun, gliding across it on boats and just listening to […]

Going for the Gold

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The Kid’s Triathlon at Myers Park CC starts with swimming pool laps, followed by a bike ride through the golf course and then a running segment that ends at an inflatable finish line set up on the 18th hole. At Myers Park Country Club in Charlotte, N.C., a Kid’s Triathlon has been held each year […]


Pulling Together

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To keep kids and families engaged with its 4th of July celebration, River Oaks Country Club organized a race for which participants made their own boats, using just cardboard and duct tape. Like most modern clubs, the members of River Oaks Country Club in Houston, Texas are skewing younger and younger, with more families joining […]


Taking a Swing

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Though tennis will always be a standard club amenity, racquet sport variations are catching on as complementary offerings. At the 10th Annual Tennis Industry Association Tennis Forum in August 2017, Kurt Kamperman, the United State Tennis Association’s Chief Executive, Community Tennis and USTA National Campus, stated that “we live in a sedentary society,” in which […]


Kids at Play

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When tailored to the interests of younger members, club camp programs can instill the physical and social skills they need to flourish.


Days That Pay Off Year-Round

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Dressing up standard “Demo Days” with special features and benefits can add up to a win-win-win for all involved: equipment manufacturers, members and other attendees, and the clubs that host the events.