Forest Dunes begins construction of 10 hole par-three course

Northern Michigan-based Forest Dunes retreat is adding a 10-hole, all-par-three course that’s deigned for golfers of all ages and skill levels. The new course will be only 957-yards with holes measuring between 50 and 155 yards 

It will be located between the resort’s highly regarded courses — The Loop and Forest Dunes.

Toll Brothers hires Troon to manage new golf community

Toll Brothers is preparing to open its latest golf community in Surprise, Arizona., just northwest of Phoenix. The luxury homebuilder was once one of the most active developers in the nation until the recession in 2008. But it is again planning and developing golf course communities, but with a greater focus on families. 

“Our new home designs will appeal to a wide variety of home buyers, from families with children, to empty nesters and active retirees,” said Toll Brothers Division Senior Vice President Kevin Rosinski. 

How to use your local community to build business

While golf course operators look for new golfers, increased rounds and added sales, the solution may be in your community. Several clubs find they can grow by strategically embracing the local community.

Over the years, I have searched far and wide for so many answers to the dilemmas of the business I was managing at the time, while sometimes not realizing the answers were right there in front of me.  This highfivespost provides 5 thoughts about working in your local community to build business, grow customers, and add loyal fans. 

Landscapes adds Indian River Club

Landscapes Golf Management has added Indian River Club in Vero Beach, Florida to its portfolio, and extended its contract with Tippecanoe Lake Country Club in Leesburg, Indiana. 

LGM has helped Tippecanoe the past two years with revenue growth, operational efficiency, membership development, and sourcing key department heads. Tippecanoe referred Indian River Club to LGM.


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