- Golfer Benefits
The Club Leadership Forum was developed for the benefit of club officers, board members, committee chairs, owners and the professional staff (club managers, golf professionals and golf course superintendents).
The goals of the program include:
Forum events are typically preceded by visits from Mass Golf staff with the leadership at clubs interested in participating. The purpose of these visits is to gain insights on how the Club Leadership Forum might be tailored to best meet your club’s needs and interests.
For more information, please contact Mark Gagne at 774-430-9107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Club Benchmarking Series: The staff of Club Benchmarking provided an in-depth presentation on clubs’ financial health, member experience and effective governance. The three main topics included:
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Originally held 4/27/2022 at Wellesley Country Club
The Course Renovation Series – Woodland Golf Club: The first in a series, this event was designed to showcase current trends in course architecture, restoration and renovation in Massachusetts and provide insight to club leaders who may be contemplating, planning or in the midst of course construction and renovation work . Listen to industry experts Brad Klein (Golf Course Design Consultant), Tyler Rae (Golf Course Architect), Matthew Staffieri (MAS Golf Construction) and Tim Clarke (Tanto Irrigation) discuss Woodland Golf Club’s recent project with the club staff, Chris Donadio (Superintendent), Ted Griffin (Golf Professional) and Chris Simon (Green Chairman). Originally held 10/18/2021 at Woodland Golf Club
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VIDEO SHORTS FROM THE EVENT AT WOODLAND GOLF CLUB
Sources for Restoration: Tyler Rae on what he looks for and what resources are most helpful when determining where he’s going to take the golf course from a renovation/restoration standpoint.
Aerial Hazards: Tyler Rae explains how he and Donald Ross view trees/aerial hazards on the golf course.
Bunkers as Hazards: Tyler Rae explains the thought process Donald Ross used when creating bunkers.
The Club Benchmarking Series: Using Data to Navigate the Financial Impact of COVID-19. Ray Cronin, Chris Davis and Chris Barron of Club Benchmarking present market intelligence showing trends since March 2020 and introduce monthly key performance indicators that make it possible for Mass Golf Member Clubs to track market trends relative to local and regional peer groups and to the industry overall. Originally aired 7/15/2020
Strategic Leadership Workshop: The Club Benchmarking team presented three sessions related to strategic governance and capital planning.