Private club wins ADA case

A private club in the Boston area has won an Americans With Disabilities Act case that could have ramifications beyond the ADA.

A federal district court judge granted summary judgment for Woodland Golf Club, holding that it was a private club not subject to the requirements of the ADA, even though the Auburndale, Mass. club allows nonmembers to play its golf course or attend weddings.  

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Golf Inc. Clubhouse of the year honorees announced

Golf Inc. will honor 10 clubhouses in its annual Clubhouse of the Year competition, incuding three renovations in Florida. The annual contest recognizes the best new and renovated clubhouse projects from around the globe. But this year, all of the honorees are in the U.S.

"We are pleased to recongize ten clubhouses that are pushing the envelope when it comes to design and functionality," said Jack Crittenden, Editor In Chief of Golf Inc. 

OB Sports takes over Royal Blue in Bahamas

OB Sports Golf Management has assumed club management duties for Royal Blue Golf Club in Nassau, Bahamas. "We’re excited to be a part of such an incredible golf and resort development, especially with a golf course that is considered one of the best in the world," said C.A. Roberts, President of OB Sports. "Everything at Royal Blue is first-class, from the course conditions to the panoramic views on every hole. It should be on every player’s bucket list.The first Jack Nicklaus Signature Design in Nassau, Royal Blue measures 7,189-yards, and plays to a par of 72.

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