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April 5, 2012


SAGE GOLF GROUP WORLDWIDE NAMES GREG FRENCH AS GENERAL MANAGER AT RAVENEAUX COUNTRY CLUB


SAGE Golf Group Worldwide would like to announce the hiring of Greg French as the General Manager of Raveneaux Country Club.

Greg French is well known and highly regarded in the club industry and has a tremendous background and high experience level at upscale clubs and high-end operations.  A graduate of Appalachian State University, Greg started in the golf and club industry working with the Landmark Land Company, an extremely well regarded 5 star real estate and golf company.  Greg became the Head Golf Professional at Mission Hills Country Club in Palm Springs, California and later became the Director of Golf and the Mission Hills Resort.  Greg then moved to Kiawah Island, South Carolina where he was instrumental in developing the famous Ocean Course.  Greg became the General Manager and Director of Golf and the Ocean Course and hosted the 1991 Ryder Cup Matches.  Greg moved from the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island to the River Club, a prestigious upscale private club.

More recently, Greg has worked as a Director of Club Operations for Western Golf and a V.P. of Golf Operations for Benchmark Hospitality.  In those roles, Greg was responsible for hiring and training General Managers and overseeing upscale multi-club operations.  Greg is a member of the Club Managerís Association of America and the PGA of America.

About Raveneaux Country Club

For more than 30 years, Raveneaux Country Club has meant a level of luxury and is regarded as one of the premiere private country clubs in Texas.  In addition to world-class golf, the Club is known for its family-oriented atmosphere, which offers many recreational and social amenities.  Raveneaux has grown to become the natural retreat for members and guests looking for an escape from the rigors of the world.  Designed by Robert Von Hagge in 1979, the Old Course at Raveneaux has proven to be a challenge for all players.

Within the 60,000 square foot Clubhouse that sits among natural woodlands, Raveneaux offers a variety of venues for dining and entertaining.  Members have multiple dining options including formal dining, mixed grille, locker room grilles and exceptional banquet facilities.  The Club also offers full-service golf and tennis shops, 12 lighted outdoor tennis courts and a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool.  In late 2009, the Club completed a $2 million renovation project on the clubhouse interior that has been well received by the membership.