Covering All Bases

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After its experience with other buying groups fell short, Army Navy Country Club found a new partner that has helped it realize widespread savings during a period of significant growth.


Military Precision

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When it set out to restore its classic clubhouse, the Army Navy Country Club set a goal of transforming it into “the nation’s premier advanced-technology and energy-saving clubhouse.”


Dressed for Success

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The Country Club of Virginia’s photo guide for front-of-the-house employees leaves few questions unanswered about the club’s food-and-beverage uniform standards.


Seven Club Managers Earn CCE Designation

By | March 17, 2016

The Certified Club Executive status augments the Certified Club Manager designation and recognizes managers who have shown the ability to serve successfully as the most senior manager in a club.


Serving Up a Good Game

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Offering top-notch tennis facilities for members of all types and skill sets has netted great results for the Army Navy Country Club.


The Independent Lists Deadliest Golf Courses

By | November 22, 2013

Of the ten international golf courses listed by the British newspaper, four are located in the United States. Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, S.C., Prison View Golf Course at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, Furnace Creek Golf Course in Death Valley, Calif., and Kingsboro Golf Course in New York represent the U.S. in the list, with dangers ranging from stubborn alligators to soaring temperatures to freak accidents.