Monthly Archives: October 2013

Crestwood Country Club New Ownership

So the news over the winter was Joe Moniz buying Crestwood. Now there’s a nice article in the Projo with more details. When I was there in July on a weekday morning the staff was very professional and the course … Continue reading

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Ledgemont Sold

Those who don’t read the Jewish Voice missed a big story in RI private golf. Ledgemont (which was originally a largely Jewish country club — hence the newspaper) sold to Joseph and Paula Ruggiero. A member-owned club that at one … Continue reading

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Ten Ways #8

Encourage Prospects at your Member-Guest There are some good reasons to require handicaps at your member-guest. First is quality of the competition. A second frequently unstated one is to discourage marginal players. This makes total sense for a club’s multi-day … Continue reading

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Ten Ways #7

Don’t insult your future members So I play with a guy who had his wedding as an outside person at the club. I never really thought of it but a standard part of the package is a foursome or two … Continue reading

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