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Meet the New Monarch Country Club

Sunday, October 21 2012

New Look, Programming and Initiatives for Today’s Private Club Members

PALM CITY - Monarch Country Club, a member of the ClubCorp family, has unveiled some exciting changes. Major capital improvements bring new style, technology and even more family fun and social opportunities, putting the club in step with the lifestyles and interests of today’s private club members.

“Over the past five years, ClubCorp has extensively renovated a number of our clubs throughout the country,” says Eric Affeldt, ClubCorp president and CEO. “The renovations at these clubs, which now includes Monarch Country Club, are designed to make clubs more relevant in their communities and provide more value to members, who lead busy lives but still want to spend quality time with their family and friends.”

Monarch Country Club’s capital improvements highlight new rooms and amenities, inspired and fresh dining options and new programming like:

  • A new casual dining room with 80-inch flat-screen televisions for top sports events
  • A stylish new bar and grille perfect for relaxing and enjoying cocktails after a day on the golf course
  • New locker and card rooms, restrooms and pro shop décor
  • Social events featuring fun programming at the recently opened poolside Tiki Bar, live entertainment, jazz brunches, and a variety golf activities, including family fun golf days and nine-and-dine nights.
  • Recent improvements to the Arnold Palmer Signature golf course

In addition to the significant capital improvements at Monarch, the club now offers Monarch O.N.E. (Optimal Network Experiences), an innovative and comprehensive new offering that combines club, community and world benefits, including 50% off à la carte dining at Monarch Country Club, benefits at select South Florida clubs, complimentary golf and dining privileges when traveling to clubs in the ClubCorp network, and access to more than 700 resorts, hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues.

“This is a very exciting time for the club,” says Beth Davis, Monarch’s general manager. “All of the improvements and additions – in conjunction with the launch of new and exciting offerings for our members and an even more dynamic calendar of events and activities – represent a reinvention of the club’s culture, creating a more vibrant and fun hub for the community.”

Monarch Country Club, located in Palm City, Florida, features a scenic 18-hole championship Arnold Palmer Signature golf course that features rolling mounds on fairways, undulating greens and strategically placed bunkers. The club also features a two-story clubhouse, six lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, a junior Olympic pool and a Jacuzzi.