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Sustainability high priority for golf superintendents
Golf course managers aren't only responsible for a beautiful course that's enjoyable to play, they're responsible for making sure the elements in the course -- the turf, the irrigation system, the natural vegetation -- are used in an environmentally friendly fashion. "(The superintendent's) focus is on the triple bottom line of people (residents/communities/golfers), planet (environment) and profit (business). If any of those elements are not in alignment, then the property is not sustainable," says Greg Lyman, of Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. ClubAndResortBusiness.com
Last chance to register for the National Club Conference!
Join the National Club Association for the largest ever National Club Conference in New York City, April 29 and 30. Leaders in the private club industry will gather at the University Club of New York for a full-day education program featuring presentations by industry experts and interactive panel discussions of new trends and major industry issues. Attendees will earn six Continuing Education Credits. Online registration has closed, but walk-ins are welcome or call (202) 822-9822 to register.
Legal resource guide from NCA's experts
The National Club Association's "The Legal Reference Guide for Private Clubs" is a comprehensive resource for club managers and volunteer leaders and their club counsel to help navigate the legal maze of issues that could confront them. Topics include private and tax-exempt status, membership, general liability, employment law, F&B law, operational matters, governance, finance, environmental, real estate and construction law. Download NCA's pamphlet "Private Club Law Q&A" for a sample of the issues addressed in the reference guide. Order your copy today!
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