Medinah CC’s Surprising New Moves

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As it continues to enhance its status as a golf mecca, the suburban Chicago property has also stepped up its game to provide a full range of year-round, family-oriented attractions. From when it was first established by a group of Shriners in 1924, Medinah (Ill.) Country Club, in suburban Chicago, has always been associated first […]


Group Demonstrates Against Proposed Kohler Course

By | December 7, 2015

The Friends of the Black River Forest marched and demonstrated in front of The American Club and other locations owned by Kohler Company, as part of the group’s latest attempt to push back plans for a new course in the town of Wilson, Wis.


Going All In on the Chocolate Craze

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Destination Kohler properties will hold a three-day Celebration of Chocolate from February 6-8, and the French Lick (Ind.) Resort will have a Chocolate Festival on Valentine’s Day Special chocolate-themed events being planned for February by two Midwestern resort properties include ideas that other clubs and resorts can apply to their own festivities throughout the year. […]


The American Club Considers Fifth Golf Course

By | March 3, 2014

Pete Dye, who designed the Kohler, Wis., property’s four other golf courses, is assessing a parcel that could be the site of an additional golf course, noting that owner “Herb [Kohler]’s been sitting on this property for years.” Dye added that Kohler might be ready to “pull the trigger” on the next course, possibly in response to Mike Keiser’s plans for developing golf courses in the Wisconsin Rapids area.


Fit For a Queen

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Palatial spas have become a hallmark of high-end resorts—but clubs of all shapes and sizes can learn a design tip or two from these luxurious wellness centers. By Pamela Brill, Contributing Editor What golfer couldn’t benefit from a post-links massage, or a weary traveler from a rejuvenating yoga session? In-house spas and treatment rooms have […]