The Club Management Association of America also awarded the Willmoore H. Kendall Scholarship to seven aspiring Certified Club Managers. Recipients of this scholarship receive support with the costs associated with attending the required curriculum, the Certification Review Course and other CCM associated fees.
From their role in renovation projects to everyday use, utility vehicles are the lifeblood of golf course maintenance efforts.
The 125-year-old club in Ohio’s capital city has completed a two-year, $4.5 million renovation of its Donald Ross golf course while also adding amenities, activities and programming to appeal to a younger and more family-oriented demographic. Seventy-five new members, with an average age of 39, joined last year. An article and photo slideshow in…
Properties in various stages of golf course renovations include Union League National Golf Club, formerly Sand Barrens Golf Club, in Swainton, N.J., Columbus (Ohio) Country Club, Kenwood Country Club in Dublin, Ohio, Lakeside Golf Club in Burbank, Calif., and Kapalua Golf in Maui, Hawaii. Golf course renovation projects are in various phases, from early planning…
How three different clubs with three different budgets keep their numbers in line. Because clubs typically operate member dining as an amenity rather than as a profit center, their food costs generally run higher than in commercial restaurants. As a result, the strategies associated with controlling food costs in clubs are unique. Some club chefs…
When used thoughtfully, digital modes of communication enhance and elevate a club’s culture while helping to solidify social bonds.
As many club properties focus on showcasing the social benefits of joining a club, Columbus (Ohio) Country Club has turned to film to tell the stories of its members.
The private club is highlighting the member experience through a series of short films, with the first, The Downeys, available to view now. A total of five films will be produced, with the second to be released later in March, the third in April, the fourth in June, and the fifth in August.
Michael J. Krebs, 33, had been replacing a damaged irrigation pipe at the Medina, Ohio club when he was found unresponsive after coming in contact with underground wiring. Meanwhile, vandalism and an injury to an employee at Columbus (Wis.) Country Club were also reported, though no damage assessment has been made.
A creditors’ meeting is scheduled for June 12 in Aberdeen.
Outdoor cooking is now much more than hotdogs and hamburgers. These four club chefs show how to make BBQ anything but boring.