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The New Model at the Old Barnwell Club

Nick Schreiber knew what he was looking for, theoretically, on his 50 or so trips to scope land within a six-hour drive of Charleston, S.C. Sandy soil was a must. Hills were good. Interesting potential turns, attractive topography, somewhere a course or three could roll

Leading and Listening

THE TERMS “leading” and “leadership” are words you hear quite a bit living and working in Washington, D.C., whether it is in the context of Congress, the Executive Branch or advocacy organizations like the National Club Association (NCA) and many others. In the short time

NCA Relaunches CIB as Club Insider Brief!

Introducing the new Club Insider Brief (CIB)! Formerly Club Industry Brief, NCA’s revamped bi-weekly update provides everything club decision-makers need to know to run their clubs and boards effectively. From what we’re reading, to what other clubs are doing, governance solutions, golf/tennis/yacht trends, unlocked NCA articles and resources and newly added COVID-19

Nick Sidorakis, CCM Takes the Helm of NCA

Recently installed as Chair of the National Club Association (NCA), Nick Sidorakis, CCM, has been the general manager and COO of Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa, Okla., for more than 27 years. He previously worked for the Marriott Corporation in a variety of general management

Leading: Introduction

IT WAS A TRUE PLEASURE to meet so many of you at the 2022 National Club Conference in Charleston! Meeting so many of you at the Conference made for a fabulous formal introduction to the National Club Association (NCA). Since joining the NCA staff in

4 Hours That Can Change the World: Women’s Golf Day

Spring and summer days bring golfers flocking to club courses to enjoy the game, time with friends and a few hours outdoors. But for years, there’s been a challenge: Those golfers are overwhelmingly male. Bringing women to the game and keeping them playing continues to

NCA Alert: Additional H-2B Visas Released

Today the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced they will soon publish a temporary final rule to make an additional 35,000 H-2B temporary nonagricultural worker visas available for the second half of fiscal year (FY) 2022. The visas will be set aside for U.S. employers

The Noun Column

MAYBE YOU ARE FAMILIAR with writer and humorist Randy Cohen’s interview show, “Person Place Thing.” It is based on the idea that people are not particularly engaging when they speak directly about themselves but become so when they speak about something they care about. Guests

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