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CLUB ACCOUNTING STANDARDS, POLICIES & PROCEDURES  Standardize your club's accounting processes with 175 Standards, Policies and Procedures (SPPs), plus 47 related forms. Each document/form is created in MS-Word or Excel allowing you to customize it for your operation. These SPPs become the basis for your training, as well as onboarding materials such as the Employee and Managers Handbooks. Click here for more information.

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"As a new owner/manager in the club business I was starting from scratch to develop our operational systems. When I came across Club Resources International I was amazed at the complete system that was put together and available for purchase. After receiving and implementing the entire program in our operation, it has become an invaluable resource by which we run our entire club business. The Club Resources International club management systems will take years off trying to develop your own. I have found the information to be right on target for running a smooth operating club."

- Joe Godfrey, President, Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club

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"It is not work that kills men, it is worry. Work is healthy; you can hardly put more on a man than he can bear. But worry is rust upon the blade. It is not movement that destroys the machinery, but friction."

Henry Ward Beecher