How Private Clubs are Navigating These Unprecedented Times
- How COVID-19 Changed the Private Club Industry
- A Lasting Impact on Private Club Business Practices
- Creating a Safe Environment for Members and Guests
- A Spike in Demand for the Ultimate Social Distancing Sport
- Driving Meaningful Change to Enhance Diversity and Inclusion
ClubCorp is the largest owner and operator of private golf and country clubs in the country. At our next meeting, ClubCorp CEO, David Pillsbury, will share how private clubs are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and working hard to create a safe and welcoming place for all members and guests. ClubCorp is also the parent company of The Clubs of Prestonwood – The Creek, where Success North Dallas has met for more than 25 years. This meeting will be offered virtually, via Zoom.
We hope you will join us. Register today.
David A. Pillsbury
David Pillsbury was named CEO of ClubCorp, “The World Leader in Private Clubs,” in June of 2018. He has held numerous leadership roles in the golf industry over the past 30 years, starting his golf career at American Golf Corporation (AGC), where he gained experience in all aspects of golf operations and ultimately became Co-CEO.
At AGC, Pillsbury led multiple innovations, including the formation of American Golf Country Clubs, the Private Club Member Platinum Program, the Nike Golf Learning Centers, centralized tee time reservations, and much more.
After American Golf, Pillsbury became General Manager of Nike Golf, responsible for all U.S. operations, marketing and sales. Following Nike Golf, Pillsbury was President of PGA TOUR Golf Course Properties Tournament Players Clubs (TPCs), and he was then promoted to President of PGA TOUR Tournament Business Affairs.
Most recently, he held CEO roles outside of golf in both the healthcare and consumer products industries. Pillsbury received his Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkley.