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Author: Phil Mike

Planning for 2024: Challenges, Trends Clubs Can Expect

Many clubs nationwide have enjoyed the benefits of a post-pandemic world, including increased club activity and long waitlists to join. They expect a positive 2024–at least, those that continue to evolve and address its challenges. Positive Economic Signs Another year removed from the COVID-19 pandemic

The New F&B Outlook: Challenges and Opportunities

As a club’s primary function, food-and-beverage programs continuously need to provide both reliable quality and service while seamlessly evolving. Appealing to members’ comforts and traditions while remaining competitive outside the club space offers significant challenges to clubs; however, they can stay ahead of the curve

Tech Rising: New Ways Technology Intertwines with Our Lives

Our relationship with technology continues to intertwine with virtually all facets of life, including the workplace, home, our health and interactions with each other. Not just cool or experimental, today’s technology provides more useful benefits to its users than ever before. Here, we examine new

Racquet Rebound: Demand for Racquet Sports Surges

While golf has received much of the recent attention in the club and sports world due to its pandemic spike in participation, racquet sports like tennis, pickleball and the emerging padel continue to gain popularity among a growing number of demographics. In turn, games involving

Teed Up for Success: Golf’s New Opportunities

One of the biggest benefactors of the COVID-19 pandemic has been golf. Offering a socially distant outdoor activity with scenic views and fresh air as well as the opportunity for players to see friends and meet new ones, golf provided renewed value to first time

Technology Spending

RELATIVE TO MOST OTHER INDUSTRIES, clubs have been slow to adopt technological advancements over the past two decades. An abrupt introduction to concepts like virtual member service and remote work over the last 18 months likely has some clubs reconsidering how they prioritize investments in