Eric Affeldt, ClubCorp CEO and president, named "Third Most Powerful Person in Golf" in 2012 by Golf Inc.

Directly after the CEO of Troon Golf and the chairman of Nicklaus Companies, our very own CEO and president, Eric Affeldt, was named the third most powerful person in golf in Golf Inc. magazine’s 2012 list.

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He beat out giants, household names outside the of golf world, such as Donald Trump, who came in sixth place, and Tiger Woods, who placed twenty-fourth.

Golf Inc. magazine said they listed Affeldt because he “continued to guide the world’s largest owner of golf facilities and private clubs towards greater profitability...through acquisitions and organic growth.” Which he has, by boosting revenue, enhancing the executive leadership team and expanding the company's presence in the Northeastern United States and overseas to China.

Graduating with a degree in political science and religion from Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, Calif., Affeldt went on to accrue a wide spectrum of experience before finding a home with our company in Dallas.

Prior to joining ClubCorp in 2006, Affeldt served as the principal of KSL Capital Partners, a private equity firm; president and CEO of KSL Fairways, KSL’s former golf division; vice president and general manager of both the Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami, and the combined PGA West and La Quinta Resort and Club in La Quinta, Calif.; a founding partner of KSL Recreation; and president of General Aviation Holdings Inc. In addition he serves as non-executive chairman for the Cedar Fair Entertainment Company.

Affeldt had been listed in the top three on Golf Inc.’s list for the past three years, and in 2010 he came in first.

Congratulations President Affeldt! Thanks for leading ClubCorp through another great year!

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