The new program bestows honorary recognition on distinguishing living members of the Club Management Association of America for their leadership, integrity, involvement and contributions to the profession.
Renovations will include an expanded indoor/outdoor bar and restaurant, as well as opening up the upscale dining room. Family-centric plans call for a new Family Activity Center that will include youth-oriented facilities and a new fast-casual family dining area.
The managers from private and public clubs throughout the country have completed the requirements to achieve advanced certification through the PGA Certified Professional Program 2.0 in one or more categories, including General Management, Golf Operations and Teaching & Coaching. The PGA of America announced that 14 PGA Professionals have completed the requirements to achieve…
A report by The Business Journals found that nonprofit country clubs with at least $10 million in annual revenue saw combined revenue rising over the past three years, while membership dues were up 6% and cash on hand increased by 14%. The Business Journals analyzed federal employment data for 449 U.S. counties and found that…
Greensboro (N.C.) Country Club drew on the popularity of CrossFit to develop its own spin: the Workout of the Week.
For its “Glow Golf Campout,” Greensboro (N.C.) Country Club incorporated a campout on the driving range to include multiple departments.
Pizza offers endless flexibility, variety and mass appeal.
Greensboro (N.C.) CC got members in the kitchen with “Chef for a Day,” a cooking competition that yielded unexpected benefits.
The Farm course at Greensboro Country Club has been named Best New Course in the state for 2010 by members of the North Carolina Golf Panel.
As it pays proper homage to its first 100 years, the North Carolina club is also taking exciting steps for its future.
The Greensboro (N.C.) Country Club plans to invest $11 million to update its golf courses and facilities during its centennial year. Plans include a $6 million redesign of the Farm House Course by British architect Donald Steel and a $5 million update to the downtown Irving Park property, including an expansion of the fitness center…