Sweet Revenge

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Sun City Hilton Head hosts an annual “Superintendent’s Revenge” event, including unusual obstacles on every hole. And you thought it was hard to get a Masters Tournament badge. At Sun City Hilton Head in Bluffton, S.C., a chance to tee it up for the annual “Superintendent’s Revenge” event is on par with trying to gain […]


Keeping the Noise Down

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Champions Run added a surprising element to its formal New Year’s Eve party by renting headphones and creating a “silent disco.” While enjoying the Austin City Limits music festival in Austin, Texas last year, Ben Lorenzen, Creative Director of Champions Run in Omaha, Neb., discovered a peculiar sight. It was a tent, filled with thousands […]


Arlington County, Va., Club Tax Dispute Settled

By | May 3, 2018

The county has agreed to reduce the tax burden on Army Navy Country Club and Washington Golf & Country Club by tweaking how it values their land. The county confirmed that all parties have signed off on a settlement agreement, putting to bed a 2014 lawsuit brought by the clubs. A dispute between two private […]


Virginia Governor Vetoes Club Tax Bill

By | April 10, 2018

Gov. Ralph Northam (D) has vetoed legislation that would have reduced Arlington County’s tax revenue from Army Navy Country Club and Washington Golf & Country Club, noting that a solution “should be reached on the local level.” HB 1204 would have cost the county’s coffers nearly $1.5 million annually, and the state legislature now has the opportunity […]


Carrying Out Successful Missions at Army Navy CC

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The two-campus property outside Washington, D.C. has seen a remarkable resurgence, thanks to its management team’s flawless execution of an all-out strategic push to achieve new levels of relevance and member service. At the end of 2006, Patrick King, then the Deputy General Manager of Army Navy Country Club (ANCC) in Arlington, Va., took a […]