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PRIVATE CLUBS IN THE USA
Private clubs were among the first businesses to open in the early days of COVID. Folks not going to work needed something to do that seemed safe, and nothing offered that opportunity more than golf’s private clubs. My business never slowed down during COVID, as I traveled coast to coast, doing what I love. Even when much of the country was sheltering from the unknown, golfers played on. Of course, there were accommodations to the concerns that people had. There were often no rakes in the bunkers so nobody would touch the same rake as anyone else. Carts were often one-player-only, at least in the beginning. And of course, inside clubhouses, masks were required. But attitudes were great, smiles were everywhere, and the great game of golf carried on.
CrookedStick_EclipseOn17A_4-24_24X30_WebReady2nd Hole, Atlanta Athletic Club, Johns Creek, Georgia13th Hole, Champion Hills, Hendersonville, North Carolina8th Hole, Augusta Country Club, Augusta, Georgia7th Hole, Peachtree Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia6th Hole, Augusta Country Club, Augusta, Georgia10th Hole, Capital City Club, Brookhaven Course, Brookhaven, Georgia3rd Hole, Country Club of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana13th Hole, Champion Hills, Hendersonville, North CarolinaAerial, Escondido Golf & Lake Club, Horseshoe Bay, TexasFawns at Play, Golf Club of Georgia, Alpharetta, Georgia4th Hole, Liberty National Golf Club, Jersey City, New Jersey2nd Hole, The Waterfall Club, Clayton, Georgia10th Hole, Mountaintop Golf & Lake Club, Cashiers, North Carolina11th Hole, The Farm, Rocky Face, Georgia9th Hole, East Course, Upper Montclair Country Club, Clifton, New Jersey12th Hole, Capital City Club, Brookhaven Course, Brookhaven, Georgia18th Hole, Liberty National Golf Club, Jersey City, New Jersey16th Hole, The Waterfall Club, Clayton, Georgia14th Hole, East Lake Golf Club, Altanta, Georgia