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Employee Partners Care Foundation helps Employee Partners in the ClubCorp family in need of financial assistance in times of crisis.
Built from a humble beginning of one club in Dallas, Texas, ClubCorp has grown from merely a pioneer in private clubs to a membership organization serving more than 350,000 people and succeeding as no other company has in creating the profound and satisfying sense of belonging that Members seek in a private club.
Today, ClubCorp is one of the world’s largest owners and managers of private golf, country, business, sports and alumni clubs in North America.
ClubCorp acquires The Country Club of the South in Georgia. The Country Club of the South, with its signature Jack Nicklaus course, further expands the ClubCorp portfolio in the greater Atlanta market.
Eric Affeldt, president and CEO of ClubCorp, The World Leader in Private Clubs, ranks No. 1 on the Golf Inc. “Most Powerful People in Golf” list.
ClubCorp launches the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Young Executive Membership. The membership provides young executives and their families an unprecedented level of access to a network of 10 private clubs across the DFW Metroplex and reinforces ClubCorp’s reputation as a developer of innovative membership programs in the private club industry.
ClubCorp’s Mission Hills Country Club, in Rancho Mirage, California, is recognized as the nation’s finest tennis facility within the United States Tennis Association’s (USTA) inaugural Featured Facility Award.
ClubCorp holds its fourth annual Charity Classic and successfully raises $1.3 million for a variety of charities including MDA/Augie’s Quest, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Boys and Girls Clubs and the ClubCorp Employee Partners Care Foundation.
ClubCorp acquires Seville Golf & Country Club in Gilbert, Arizona.
ClubCorp holds its inaugural Charity Classic golf and dining event, raising in excess of $1.6 million for MDA/Augie’s Quest, The PGA Foundation, Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the ClubCorp Employee Partners Care Foundation.
Golf Digest names the courses at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia, and Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas, in its biennial ranking of “America’s 100 Greatest Courses.”
KSL Capital Partners, LLC, purchases ClubCorp and its portfolio of clubs and resorts.
Supporting a commitment to managing family-friendly clubs, ClubCorp and The Clubs of Kingwood, in Houston, introduce what ClubCorp believes to be the first family-friendly golf course including kids golf programs, kid golf cars and four-seater family golf cars.
ClubCorp opens Bear’s Best Las Vegas, a unique, daily fee golf course concept featuring the hole replications of designs by golf legend Jack Nicklaus. The course is the first such project resulting from a 1998 joint venture agreement between ClubCorp and the Nicklaus companies to develop properties together.
ClubCorp repositions business and sports clubs as “the office away from the office,” establishing a worldwide network of business and business-sports clubs for its Members. This marks ClubCorp’s first foray into offering a single membership that provides access to multiple clubs – a distinguishing feature of the ClubCorp model.
Private Clubs magazine is launched as a vehicle for communicating with Members and reflecting Members' interests and experiences.
ClubCorp acquires the legendary Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio.
The University Club of Jacksonville, Florida, opens as ClubCorp’s first business and sports club. The club is built to answer the growing interest in fitness and health by combining a state-of-the-art athletic facility with the ambience and personalized service of a city club.
The Lancers Club, ClubCorp’s first business club, opens at the top of the LTV Tower in downtown Dallas. The mission of the Club is to provide fine quality food and first-class service for Members seeking to entertain family, friends and business associates.
ClubCorp is founded by Robert H. Dedman Sr. on November 11, and construction begins on Brookhaven Country Club in the Farmers Branch suburb of Dallas. Brookhaven is the first in what will become a collection of more than 150 golf and country clubs, business clubs, sports clubs and alumni clubs operating in 25 states, the District of Columbia and two foreign countries.