The Three Keys to Effective Governance

Governance in private clubs can too often resemble what is seen on the evening news: factions, resentment, distrust, skepticism, cynicism. In troubled times, sound governance is […] Four Factors That Impact Innovation

At GGA Partners, we have watched the pandemic create innovative opportunities and innovation in clubs unlike what we have seen in many years. In our continuing Whitepaper Series, […] Webinar: A Changing Future for Golf Course Superintendents

This webinar was originally aired by the Florida Chapter of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. The Florida Chapter of the Golf Course Superintendents […] Webinar: Member Surveys in Uncertain Times

This webinar continues a series of communications from GGA Partners to help private club leaders address challenges confronting their businesses and their employees as a result of […] Announcement coming soon #newerabegins

Announcement coming soon #newerabegins   […] Why Every Club Needs a Regular Capital Reserve Study

Clubs around the country are developing new amenities to meet the needs and expectations of the next generation of members. An astute and forward-thinking move. But can they afford […] Detecting the First Signs of Discontent

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 […] Project 2029: What will your club look like 10 years from now?

As the end of the year approaches, it’s natural to start thinking about setting goals for the year ahead. However, as GGA Partner, Rob Hill explains, taking a 10-year rather than […] Revitalizing Your Club Post-Recession

Clubs have navigated their way through recessions before, but many are still feeling the lingering effects of the Great Recession of the late 2000s. The result has been a lack of […] Common Change Challenges

“As you ask about common change challenges that most clubs are facing, it is that they are ill-prepared for change in the first place … they are not prepared to process […]