Coming-Out Parties


In addition to bringing a breath of fresh air to meal and event menus, outdoor cookouts give clubs a chance to show off the beauty and versatility of various spaces throughout the property—even those that aren’t used very often.

Grilled Swordfish with Vegetable Caponata


Submitted by Greg Myers, Executive Chef, Lancaster (Pa.) Country Club Yield: 4 portions Ingredients 4 pieces 6-oz., center-cut swordfish loin 1 medium-size eggplant, peeled and cut into ½-in. dice 1 green squash, cut into ½-in. dice 1 yellow squash, cut into ½-in. dice 1 red bell pepper, cut into ½-in. dice ½ large red onion, […]

College Golf Coach Joins Partnership to Purchase Pennsylvania Club

By | April 23, 2018

Brian Quinn, a former touring pro now in his llth season as head men’s coach at Philadelphia’s Temple University, is part of a new corporation formed to acquire Plymouth Country Club in Plymouth Meeting, Pa., which will now be rebranded as The 1912 Club, in recognition of the year it was founded. The club features a William Flynn-designed golf course that will now be renovated under the direction of Ron Prichard.

CMAA Announces 30 New CCMs

By | November 28, 2017

Established in 1965, the Certified Club Manager designation is achieved by a club management professional who has completed specified education requirements, attended at least one World Conference on Club Management, maintained activity within their local chapter, and passed the CCM Exam. The Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) has announced that 30 club management professionals […]

New Owners Outline $3.6M Plan to Invigorate Meadia Heights GC

By | September 1, 2017

Dan Glick, a Board member, and three silent partners are making arrangements to acquire the Lancaster, Pa. property from its equity members, and then pay off its debts, implement clubhouse and golf course improvements, cut dues, and eliminate an annual operating assessment. “There’s a solid foundation here that we can build on,” Glick said.

Golf Course Near Airport Transformed to “Half-Links” by Tree Work

By | January 24, 2017

Sunset Golf Course in Middletown, Pa. will now have a links-style front nine to go with its more traditional parkland-style back nine, after tree work by Londonderry Township, which owns the course, that will also reduce a potential danger for airplanes approaching and departing the nearby Harrisburg International Airport.