For his devoted caretaking of The Sanctuary GC’s special property and culture, Ken Kouril has been honored with the Excellence in Club Management Awards’ Mead Grady Award.
With more members extending their visits well beyond sunset, outdoor spaces have become a vital component for stretching the social hours.
The 2017 recipients of the Excellence in Club Management Awards were honored during a reception, dinner and ceremony on March 3 at The Olympic Club in San Francisco.
The 2017 winners of the Excellence in Club Management Awards, co-sponsored by the McMahon Group and Club & Resort Business. McMahon Group, Inc., the St. Louis-based consulting firm, and Club & Resort Business have announced the 2017 recipients of the Excellence in Club Management (ECM) Awards, established in 1997 by the McMahon Group and co-sponsored…
In order to receive the Club Managers Association of America’s Certified Club Manager designation, one must complete education requirements, attend at least one World Conference on Club Management, maintain activity within their local chapter, and pass an exam.
Increasingly, mobile apps and other high-tech touches are spreading the word about all that properties offer. But the good ol’ printed piece still has an important role, too.
Nature and golf walk arm-in-arm at The Sanctuary Golf Club, thanks to the care that Kyle Sweet, CGCS, takes to provide and preserve a “special place” for the game.
Sweet, who has served as the superintendent at The Sanctuary Golf Club in Sanibel Island, Fla., for the past 17 years, was nominated for the committee by Todd Lowe, USGA senior agronomist for Florida. Committee members provide input into Regional and National Green Section updates, provide assistance for USGA-sanctioned golf tournaments, and attend golf rules workshops.