So, I did something this past weekend I haven’t done in 10 years. I went on a guys’ golf trip. Seven of us played 72 holes over three days in North Carolina’s Sandhills.
By encouraging activity at outside businesses, Justin Wood and Fairmont Hotels are building goodwill in the golf-traveler community
A Watchful Eye
It’s hard to imagine a golf course owner or operator out there who hasn’t yet seen the image, which weeks later is still making the rounds. The one where Tiger Woods, renowned golfer and one-time face of the sport, wobbling around as he undergoes DUI sobriety tests one late night on a quiet Florida roadside.
Another round of doom-and-gloom has descended upon the golf industry, this time cued up by adidas, which has finally found a buyer for parts of its golf division.
Taking What’s Theirs
Golf Course owners are working to reclaim tee times from third-party sellers
It’s a Family Tradition
The legacy of the Gabriel family is alive and well at Cloverleaf Golf Course, which carries a long, storied history in the St. Louis area. Though family members have come and gone over the years, their impact remains everpresent at the 18-hole, daily-fee facility
The Wild, Wild West
Even with an unrivaled PGA Tour pedigree and steady membership numbers, PGA West stakeholders have seen the writing on the wall and are making major investments in non-golf amenities
Efficiently using the foundation of a former Disney-owned facility, leadership at Tranquilo Golf Club has aligned the course, clubhouse and experience to the Four Seasons brand
Caring For Customers
It’s 2 a.m., inside Any Airport, USA, and someone makes the announcement that the delayed 6 p.m. flight from earlier that night will finally begin boarding.
Being in the sand, in this sport, is a phrase typically uttered under one’s breath as a golfer grumbles his or her way down the fairway.
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