Collier’s Reserve Country Club appoints Crowe general manager


Don Crowe, general manager and chief operating officer

NAPLES, Fla. (Nov. 18, 2013) – The board of Collier’s Reserve Country Club recently named Don Crowe as the new general manager and chief operating officer of the Club. He previously worked at KemperSports for more than 15 years, holding leadership positions at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon, Desert Willow Golf Resort in California, Independence Golf Club in Virginia, Royal Melbourne Country Club in Illinois, Holly Hills Country Club in Maryland, Dorado Beach Golf Resort in Puerto Rico and The Glen Club in Illinois.

Prior to his career in the club industry, Crowe held management positions in hotels and restaurants. Throughout his career Crowe has received numerous awards including KemperSports General Manager of the Year and Facility of the Year, and was named one of twenty “Most Admired Operators” by Golf, Inc. Magazine.

Don holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel Management from the University of Las Vegas and studied at Ecolé Hoteliere de Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland. A suburban Chicago native, Don resides in Naples with his wife Nancy and their two sons.

Celebrating 20 years in North Naples, Collier’s Reserve Country Club is a gated golf and tennis community and the world’s first Audubon International Signature Sanctuary.

About Collier’s Reserve Country Club
Located in North Naples, Florida along the Cocohatchee River, Collier’s Reserve Country Club holds the distinction of being named the world’s first Audubon International Signature Sanctuary. Marking their 20th anniversary year, the private, member-owned equity club encompasses an 18-hole Arthur Hills golf course, lighted tennis courts, a full array of dining and social amenities, and serves as a refuge dedicated to protecting the area’s delicate wildlife and subtropical flora.