Golf is evolving. It always has been. But throughout this change the game has always relied on one constant: The fundamental human craving to be outdoors in a beautiful landscape. Add a club, a ball, some friends—that is the essence of the game. No more.
In August and September 2021, McMahon Group conducted a Pulse Survey of 261 private club leaders on the topic of golf.
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
Like so many clubs across the country, Columbia Country Club in Chevy Chase, Md., has a 501(c)3 charitable foundation that operates as the philanthropic extension of the club. While the club was founded in 1898, the foundation was not incorporated until the fall of 1997
As most of you know, the PGA Tour has now surpassed $3 billion in charitable giving. Watching the PGA Tour weekly on television inspires all of us but the most dramatic feature is the give back to the local communities. As a long-term employee of
There is change afoot in golf, one of the world’s oldest and most traditional of games. Previously the domain of pristine fairways and putting surfaces like pool tables, the golf experiences are now much broader. The game is being played indoors on screens and outdoors
Located just outside of Washington, D.C., in Arlington, Va., Washington Golf and Country Club (WGCC) has transformed itself from being described as a “sleepy” club with outdated facilities and an idiosyncratic golf course to a trendsetting, yet comfortable and familiar club that boasts a waiting
At Nicklaus Design, one of the trends or pivots from standard golf course design we are asked to assist clients with is with golf technology for clubs that are going through a renovation or a new build. We have all seen the GPS range finders or
IT WAS A SCRIPT YOU COULDN’T WRITE. As the number one and number two players in the world were staring each other down, battling it out for the coveted BMW Championship on the first playoff hole, Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm approached the green, both