“I’m pleased and proud to be representing one of the fastest growing regions in golf,” said Bonell, who has been at Casa de Campo since 2012. “There are already many outstanding resorts in this sector and more opening soon. My responsibility is to make sure new members of GGRW meet the organization’s high standards, while continuing to keep my home resort, Casa de Campo, at the forefront. Competition drives us all to be better and more responsive to our guests.”
The Board’s responsibilities include advising on GGRW marketing initiatives and strategic partnerships; acting as liaison with participating resorts; approving membership invitations to other resorts; assisting in planning future meetings and selecting future trustees; and other tasks as warranted.
At present, GGRW is open to no more than 50 member resorts. The overriding standard for membership is a property’s quality of golf based on course conditions, tradition and history, third-party ratings, the quality of the design, performance of the golf staff, and any past or future championships. At the same meeting, it was agreed that every member resort should have a written golf quality-assurance program in place.
The newly adopted rules for establishing the Advisory Board call for it to have nine members. In addition to the General Manager of GGRW, there will be four resort representatives and four outside representatives, each named to two- and three-year terms.
For additional information about Casa de Campo, access the web site at www.casadecampo.com.do or call 1-800-877-3643. Great Golf Resorts of the World may be accessed at http://www.greatgolfresorts.com.
ABOUT CASA DE CAMPO
The 7,000-acre Casa de Campo resort offers an unmatched array of experiences found in the Caribbean, including choice accommodations – hotel rooms, suites or spacious villa homes; a variety of dining establishments, including The Beach Club by Le Cirque and La Cana by Il Circo; The Sporting Life – unequalled sports experiences such as 90-holes of Pete Dye-designed golf; shooting center, polo, tennis, fishing, a world-class marina, private beaches, The Spa at Casa de Campo, and Altos de Chavon artists’ village, with a wide array of museums, art galleries, boutique shopping, a chapel, and 5,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, site of international touring concerts. Casa de Campo is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, Preferred Hotels & Resorts and Great Golf Resorts of the World.
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