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.
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.