While some club managers are content to have their board sit on the sideline, others want them to take more firm of a stance in the club's direction. Reorganize and reinvigorate your board by streamlining committees, clearly defining their roles and ensuring members are proactive and in it for the long haul.
“Any club that wants to succeed in today’s world needs to take a good hard look not just at revenue streams and cost reductions,” says Michael G. Leemhuis, the COO of the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md., “but at their governance model and strategic plans as well, to ask ‘Is this right for where we want to go?’”

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