A club manager spends considerable hours thinking of ways to attract new members of all types, but this should never be to the detriment of your core income: existing members.
GGA Partner Michael Gregory provides insight into the ways you can detect when a member falls off the radar, and what you should do when it happens.
GENERAL MANAGER TURTLE POINT YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB Killen, AL The Club Founded in 1961, Turtle Point Yacht & Country Club is a member-owned club in Killen, Alabama, […]
This month, Game Plan – Henry DeLozier‘s monthly column in Golf Course Industry Magazine – kicks off a three-part series on staffing for success. First in the series is a […]