Digital newsletters allow clubs to disseminate information with greater speed and ease than ever before, all at a minimal expense. The challenge is getting members to actually read it.
Through its Kids Newscast, Champions Run is spreading the word about its youth events by putting kids front and center.
The Birmingham, Ala., property will host a ribbon-cutting and open house on April 9 for Cellar 91, its new 5,500-sq. ft. restaurant that General Manager/COO David Porter described as “the heart and soul of the club.” The facility is set to open its doors for member dining in mid-April.
More than the three times the size of its previous facility, the 4,000-sq. ft. fitness center at the Birmingham, Ala., property will open September 21, featuring a nutrition area, cardio and strength equipment, and Internet and cable access.
The 15,000-sq. ft. golf operations building at the Birmingham, Ala., property will include a restaurant, fitness center, and golf teaching facility. It is set for completion in April 2015.
After starting $500,000 in golf course improvements to prepare for the return of a Champions Tour event in 2016, the Hoover, Ala. club is now seeking approval for construction of new golf operations and training centers and a renovation of its clubhouse’s cart storage area.
In its “Seven Thoughts” feature, the publication interviewed Jeff Clifton about the Birmingham, Ala., club’s $4 million investment and hosting the Regions Tradition from 2016 to 2018.
The private, member-owned Birmingham, Ala., property will implement $500,000 in course upgrades, as well as add a golf operations center, fitness center, contemporary kitchen, bar area, and golf teaching facility.
At Greystone G&CC, a comfortably innovative menu and exciting events tailored to smaller groups have boosted F&B revenue and attracted new members.
If we want new members, more play, and a better club atmosphere, then we have to match our codes against the preferences of the 21st century.