Summer 2009 Club Director TOC
VOLUME 27, ISSUE 3
Where Does Your Water Come From?
Water rights and access issues pertaining to private clubs are hot topics these days. It’s important for clubs to understandwhere their water comes from and what their rights are andto develop a water management plan before a crisis arises.
Plan for the Future with the Right Tools Now
The third in our Clubs and the Economy Series, this article discusses the results of NCA’s planning survey and focuseson the importance of planning for turbulent times with anew tool developed by RSM McGladrey.
Go Green, Save Green
Clubs throughout the country have realized the benefits ofusing alternative energy do more than help protect the environment—they often help improve the club’s bottom line bysaving on energy costs. Geothermal energy, wind and solarpower are examples that have been applied at some clubs.
Club Technology: Shaping the Future Club Experience
A new joint NCA-HFTP project will help clubs with strategictechnology planning to evaluate and prioritize needs anddevelop a long-term strategy for addressing them, workingwith senior staff and the club’s board. This article alsoincludes some of the top technology trends for clubs to watch.
POINT OF VIEW
Private Clubs and the Environment
Arlen Specter’s Switch
BY THE NUMBERS
Changing Vacation Spending Habits of Affluents