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We take pride in knowing our candidates and maintaining current connections with
the most qualified individuals in the club management profession!

Master Club Advisors

 Partner's with over 130 Years of Club Management Experience   

Providing Quality Services to Private Club's ...

Executive Placement
(Let us find your next General Manager/COO or Assistant GM)
Golf Professional or Golf Course Superintendent
Executive Chef's through David Meyers Associates
Strategic Planning
(Bringing your Club together)
Club Food & Beverage Review
(Providing impartial or unbiased insight to identify F&B shortcomings. Using our expertise to recommend changes & suggest improvements)
Board Orientations/Governance Modeling
program is customized to meet your Club's specific needs)
Operational Consulting/Control Audits
            (Our evaluation and suggestions for improvement often produce the most expedient, best solutions and results)

Contact Bill, Norm or Gary for assistance.             



Dwight Jenson CCM - January/February, 2016

My club career started in our family living room on a Sunday morning in the Roscoe Village neighborhood of Chicago. I was having a great time as a manager at Spiaggia Restaurant, but was “ready for a change.” The ad read, “City Club looking for an Assistant Food & Beverage Director,” and the description read like my resume. Two weeks later, I was sitting in front of the raised eyebrow of John Spidalette, the new General Manager of the University Club of Chicago. Prior to that interview, working on the club floor of a Stouffer Hotel was my only club member experience. Eight years later, I found I was part of a huge makeover at UCC where club food was then cutting edge, competing with Chicago cuisine; and guest room margins were determined by Chicago events. Catering was an income center for the capital fund, while the guest rooms had the feel of some of the best hotels in Chicago. Along the way, JLS (Mr. Spidalette), supported my ideas and taught me how not to accept second best when it comes to member satisfaction. I was also introduced to Club Managers Association of America and attended my first conference in Orlando. Professionalism through education rang true, and I was on the road to obtain my CCM. Looking back, the seminars as well as Business Management Institutes made all the difference in my growth within the private club world. The networking and education made me realize how fortunate I was to be a clubhouse manager in a unique segment of the hospitality industry. Soon after I joined the Board of the Chicago Chapter, I decided I would always be a private club manager.. Click Here to Become a Member! 

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