Franklin Hills CC’s Executive Chef Keith Bjertness created a signature cocktail for members to make at home with ingredients they were likely to have on hand.
Thoughtful draft beer selections can create a good deal of potential and member satisfaction.
Beverage experts from Sea Pines Resort and Bellerive CC weigh in on what trends will impact programs in 2020.
…there’s extra excitement, when it’s part of the show for theatrical tableside cocktails.
Columbine CC’s new grab-and-go bar features smoothies, juices and coffees, as well as grab-and-go meals.
Sawgrass CC’s Clubhouse Manager Perry Kenney opened fresh coconuts that were then topped with a locally made vanilla rum and handed out to beach-going members and guests in exchange for a little free marketing.
Behind the bar at Wanakah Country Club (WCC) in Hamburg, N.Y., three WCC-branded barrels are always on display. Inside each of these barrels is a different variation of the classic Manhattan cocktail.
StoneWater GC’s Executive Chef Kathryn Neidus and Chef de Cuisine Temple Turner highlighted various flavor notes found in five vodkas to create a unique pairing menu.
American Golf hosts a beer-tasting tournament series in Southern California that introduces members and guests to local brews.
Variety, value and quality are the benchmarks for these successful by-the-glass lists.
Nashawtuc CC partnered with a local barista to offer golfers specialty coffee drinks on the course during the longest day of its annual tournament.
Robert Mancuso, CMC, Executive Chef of the Bohemian Club, shares his philosophy and process for expanding and enhancing wine and food pairings. The rules about pairing wine with food are being rewritten to keep pace with evolving culinary trends. Instead of following old-school guidelines, club chefs are now pinpointing specific characteristics in different wines and…
Philadelphia CC offers innovative wine-centric events that increase engagement, introduce new wines to the membership and boost a la carte business. Successful club wine programs often begin with proper planning. They gain momentum with word-of-mouth marketing and end with wait lists, better wine lists and a more oenophilic membership. No one knows this better than…
North Shore GC now offers seasonal, fresh-squeezed juices for use in drinks, smoothies, and libations.
When it comes to wine, a certified expert is perhaps a club’s most valuable asset. When a club has a certified sommelier on staff who can act as an authoritative figure on wine, members tend to listen to and trust his or her suggestions, whether they’re looking to purchase a $200 bottle or a $5…