February 26, 2015: Rick Christensen, Partners and Sirny – Trends in Clubhouse Architecture

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Castle Pines, CO (February 26, 2015) – JJKeegan+ publishes a complimentary on-demand webinar, “Current Trends in Clubhouse Architecture” featuring Rick Christensen of Partners and Sirny.


JJ Keegan, Managing Principal of JJKeegan+ stated, “Partners and Sirny are one of the golf industry’s leading clubhouse architectural firms in the United States.  This Webinar provides valuable insights and perspectives regarding current trends in municipal, daily fee and private club clubhouse renovations.”

Rick comments, “Clubhouses are evolving from single revenue sources to multi-purpose facilities to reflect evolving societal culture. The clubhouse is becoming a community center for golfers, families and business associates to enhance rapport during their leisure. Maximizing food and beverage capability, extending the golf season with indoor simulators and providing special community space is in vogue. At private clubs, the current trend is to include general and golf specific fitness facilities.”

The recorded Webinar presents architectural diagrams and many illustrations of recent clubhouse renovations including Ramsey County’s new facility at Keller Golf Course, Bunker Hills that includes the Minnesota Golf Hall of Fame, and the spectacular clubhouse in Midland, MI.

Rick Christensen is one of the several guest lecturers in the JJKeegan+ Webinar series.   To register for the Spring Webinar Series starting April 1 to develop a 2015 strategic plan to create value for golfers on a foundation that optimizes the financial performance of your golf course Click here.

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