Mosaic Clubs promotes Allyson Darling to general manager of Mixson Club

June 1, 2018

Mosaic Clubs is excited to announce the appointment of Allyson Darling to the role of General Manager at Mixson Club. Darling previously served as the club’s Membership Director.

As a Charleston native, Darling holds deep understanding of the various communities that make up the vibrant Charleston dining and social scene. In addition to a genuine passion for club business, Darling brings to her new role a well-rounded understanding of club operations, hospitality and sales. After graduation from Johnson & Wales University, Darling spent five years with The Golf Club at Briars Creek as a Clubhouse Manager. Darling later held the title Director of Sales and Catering at Tristan Restaurant, formerly located in downtown Charleston. Darling has also held various sales positions with Hilton Worldwide while owning and operating her own event support business. In 2016 Darling was brought on to the Mixson Club team as Membership Director.

“I am honored to be taking this next step with Mixson Club,” said General Manager Allyson Darling. “I first came to Mixson Club out of a desire to return to my club business roots. I am membership focused and look forward to continuing to enhance member experience and growing the Mixson Club community.”

As Membership Director, Darling served as the main point of contact for member communication. She also managed member relations, new member recruitment and community outreach, as well as the planning and execution of large member events. Additionally, Darling worked to better the wellness program and family-friendly offerings at Mixson Club.

“We are thrilled to support Allyson’s growth at Mixson Club,” said Whitney Crouse, Chairman of Mosaic Clubs. “The club has seen tremendous success under her tenure as Membership Director. We are eager to see where this next chapter takes both her and the club.”

Mixson Club is a modern alternative to the traditional swim and social club, offering young, fresh and kid-friendly amenities that bridge the gap between hip and highfalutin. Club membership includes access to the beautiful pool and club wellness amenities, social events and club dining.

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Mosaic Clubs appoints new general manager at Cobblestone Park Golf Club

May 30, 2018

Mosaic Clubs is excited to announce the appointment of Robert Teichert to the role of General Manager at Cobblestone Park Golf Club. Having worked for Mosaic for over 9 years, Teichert previously served as the General Manager at Mixson Club in Charleston, S.C.

In addition to knowledge gleaned while working at other Mosaic Clubs managed properties, Teichert brings to the Cobblestone Park team more than 20 years of industry experience. During that time, Teichert has served as head golf professional and general manager of both public and private club properties throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Teichert has been an integral part of the South Carolina club community since 2010, having previously served as General Manager for Mosaic Clubs at I’On Club and Sunset Country Club prior to his position with Mixson Club. Teichert’s management style and industry expertise has garnered many prestigious accolades, including “Best New General Manager of the Year.”

“I am excited to join the wonderful team at Cobblestone Park,” said Teichert. “This community offers an incredible lineup of amenities, events and perks. I look forward to helping maintain, enhance and share the story of the Cobblestone Park lifestyle.”

Teichert’s impressive portfolio of club management experience includes overseeing community enhancements, implementation of new programming, large scale tournaments and events, renovations and most recently Mixson Club’s fall 2017 community relaunch.

“Robert is a longstanding member of the Mosaic Clubs family,” said Whitney Course, Chairman of Mosaic Clubs. “Robert’s award-winning club management expertise is a natural fit for the regionally and nationally recognized Cobblestone Park community.”

Cobblestone Park Golf Club prides itself on offering Columbia area golfers the best golf experience. The award-winning 27-hole golf course features the best design in Columbia complete with panoramic views of rolling hills, beautiful oaks and pines. Cobblestone Park also houses a 28,000 square-foot clubhouse which received a national award for clubhouse design in 2014, delicious dining, tennis courts, resort style swimming pool and jacuzzi, fitness center, full-size gymnasium, outdoor multi-use courts, full-service poolside bar and grill, manicured sports fields and more. Cobblestone Park offers affordable membership plans and limited daily fee play.

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Harlingen Country Club Celebrates Membership Growth

May 30, 2018

Harlingen Country Club is excited to announce that since bringing on Atlanta-based Mosaic Clubs & Resorts for managerial expertise the club has experienced an exceptional growth in membership sales. Since Mosaic Clubs & Resorts came on board in June 2017, Harlingen Country Club has sold more than 81 memberships, increasing the club’s dues line by $123,000 annually.

“We are thrilled for what the increase in membership means for our community,” said Bryan Easley, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of Harlingen Country Club. “We have worked hard to continue elevating the Harlingen experience for our now more than 400 members, and we look forward to welcoming even more friendly faces into the Harlingen family.”

In the six months prior to Mosaic’s involvement starting June 2017, the club had not sold one membership. The combined efforts of the Harlingen Country Club staff and team of Mosaic club management experts lead to property-wide updates with the goal of further enhancing the membership experience. Upgrades included bringing in new golf maintenance equipment, updating and increasing membership programming, and the addition of a full-time membership director who is solely focused on improving member experiences and growing the lively community.

“Our passion is in helping outstanding communities discover their full potential,” said Whitney Crouse, Mosaic’s Chairman. “We are thrilled by the spectacular growth the Harlingen community has experienced after just one year and are eager to continue this trend through the next.”

Area residents can experience the Harlingen lifestyle for themselves with the club’s upcoming Independence Day Party on July 4 and the Youth Summer Sports Camps held weekly June through July. Harlingen Country Club is also running a membership promotion through the end of June 2018. Interested parties that join by June 30 can save with no initiation fee and one month of free dues. For more information on membership promotions, please visit

Harlingen Country Club first opened its doors in 1949. The facility’s hacienda-style clubhouse embodies the community’s welcoming ambiance. Harlingen Country Club features an 18-hole golf course, open for member play year-round. Club members can also enjoy access to practice facilities, golf lessons, a full schedule of tournaments and events, five lighted tennis courts, a fitness center, various indoor and outdoor dining options, a spacious swimming pool with large deck area, and an array of exciting social events catered to members of all ages. For more information on Harlingen Country Club, please visit

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Mosaic Named Bobby Jones Golf Course Project Manager

November 1, 2017

The Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation has appointed Mosaic Clubs & Resorts to serve as lead project manager of the redevelopment of historic Bobby Jones Golf Course. Built in 1932 as a tribute to Atlanta’s most famous athlete, Bobby Jones, the course closed on October 31 to undergo a total renovation and redevelopment, opening in the fall of 2018 as an entirely new golf experience and expanded facility.

The non-profit Foundation will invest approximately $23 million in the re-development of the new golf course and clubhouse facilities. The first phase of the project includes a unique reversible 9-hole (one of only two in the United States), championship course designed by the late world-renowned Atlanta architect Bob Cupp, state of the art driving range, indoor instruction building, and short game practice area as well as a new maintenance facility.

Mosaic will lead a team of seasoned industry professionals including Wadsworth Golf Construction (golf course), “Bobby” Cupp (course design and master plan), SG Contracting (vertical construction), and Jim Chapman (clubhouse design).

Harlingen Country Club Joins Mosaic

July 1, 2017

The Board of Directors of Harlingen Country Club has hired Mosaic to manage the club. Established in 1949, Harlingen has a new hacienda style clubhouse, fitness center, aquatic complex, and a very active membership.  Mosaic’s assignment is to grow the membership, improve food and beverage, and make the club more profitable.


June 11, 2017

Player’s 1st is the leading player experience platform in the industry, sending automated surveys to Mosaic members and guests at our clubs that provide instant feedback and immediate call-to-actions. With so many forms of entertainment competing for our attention, Players 1st is a top drawer system to retain current golfers and members and turn them into raving fans as well.


April 11, 2017

FrontDoor Communities, one of the leading residential developers in the southeast has hired Mosaic to manage The Mixson Club. Located in a fast growing area of Charleston, South Carolina, and within a young, contemporary community, Mixson is very busy semi-private athletic club with major pool and fitness amenities, a destination restaurant, as well as a general store. 


February 16, 2017

The Halbauer family has engaged Mosaic to manage the Windward Lake Club in Alpharetta, Georgia. Windward is home to a marina, 22 tennis courts, major aquatic center, and the Wave Cafe restaurant. The club has approximately 1,000 members and serves one of the largest master-planned communities in the United States.

The I'On Club Named 2016 Mosaic Club of the Year

December 7, 2016

We have awarded the I’On Club in Charleston, South Carolina, as our 2016 Club of the Year. Led by General Manager Robert Teichert and Sales Director Emzi Weewers, I’On took food and beverage from a loss to a profit, had the best resigned member “save” retention, and increased its EBITDA by more than $300,000.


December 1, 2016

Mosaic Clubs and Resorts has been selected to manage the Osprey Cove Golf Club in St. Marys, Georgia. With homes priced from $250,000 to $1 million, Osprey Cove offers a 1990 Mark McCumber design that earned numerous accolades and has been listed among Golfweek’s “Top 5 in Georgia” and Golf and Travel’s “Top 100 Modern Courses.” Golf Digest rated the course five stars and designated it, “A gem…must play if you’re within 100 miles.”

“Our initial efforts will include hiring a new General Manager, restructuring the membership offering, refreshing the dining experience, training the staff, and upgrading the club’s website and communications to the members,” said Whitney Crouse, Mosaic’s Chairman. “We will also enroll the members in Mosaic Explorer, our member benefits and reciprocity website with fun to be had all over the U.S.”


November 16, 2016

The Board of Directors at Smoke Rice Country Club has engaged Mosaic to manage their club. Smoke Rise is a classic private club in the Atlanta area with a large clubhouse, 18 holes of golf, and one of the most upscale and expansive tennis, aquatic, and fitness centers in the southeast. “Our key assignments are to restructure the membership plan, design a new and more relevant marketing campaign, make food and beverage profitable (which Mosaic does at every club), and enhance the member club experience through the addition of more novel activities and events,” said Gautam Patankar, Mosaic’s V.P of Operations in charge of Smoke Rise.


November 1, 2016

The Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation has hired Mosaic to manage the historic Bobby Jones public golf course in Atlanta built in 1932 as a tribute to, arguably, Atlanta’s most famous athlete, Robert Tyre “Bobby” Jones, Jr. For over 80 years now, Bobby Jones has served generations of Atlanta golfers, remaining one of the most popular golf courses in the State of Georgia. The Foundation plans to make approximately $20 million in improvements to the course in 2018 along with the construction of Golf House, home to the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame, the GSGA, and the Georgia PGA offices.


September 15, 2016

The digital wizards at Mosaic along with a team from Sales Force recently completed the design of a special CRM software system for Mosaic. This proprietary platform will enable us to track lead generation daily as well as provide our club sales staff, both membership and special events associates, to have a specialized tool to enhance sales. “This was a sizeable financial investment for us yet it will be yet another great tool for our client clubs,” said Kaitlin Looby, Mosaic’s Digital Wizards partner.


June 15, 2016

Mosaic is in the design and development stages of AllStar Golf, 61,000-square-foot building with 102 driving range bays and a camera and radar ball tracking system that allow for a variety of games and entertainment. It will also have a corporate and special event meeting room and an upscale restaurant. The project will be surrounded by the 36 holes of real golf, the Legacy and Fox Creek courses, and is just one mile from the new Atlanta Braves stadium opening in the Spring of 2017. The total projected cost of AllStar is $25.6 million.


April 21, 2016

Forest Hills Golf Course, a classic Donald Ross daily fee design in Augusta Georgia, set a record in sales during Masters week. Mosaic has assisted the Augusta State Golf Association in managing this historic course since 2010. Since then, and due to more robust marketing and superior tee sheet management, Masters week play has doubled and revenues have grown from $50,000 for the week to $130,000. Tom Ridge, a Mosaic V.P. of Operations said, “Wow. We all knew the second weekend in April was crazy in Augusta, but now we are setting records.”


March 25, 2016

Gonna Fly Now, a new LLC formed by Mosaic and investors Jim Kegley and Steve Bowen, has acquired the Fox Creek and Legacy golf courses, two side-by-side executive courses and extremely busy driving ranges just one mile from the new Atlanta Braves stadium in Atlanta. The company plans on making $2 million in improvements and is working on building a $25 million golf and entertainment venue on the Legacy driving range. “These are high volume golf courses in a spectacular location,” said Steve Willy, a Mosaic founding partner.