Henry B. DeLozier

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Henry B. DeLozier PixHenry B. DeLozier
Global Golf Advisors
E-mail: hdelozier@globalgolfadvisors.com
Website: http://www.globalgolfadvisors.com

Fee: speaker fee waived, requests travel reimbursement only. 

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Henry B. DeLozier is a Principal in Global Golf Advisors, an international consultancy of service to the investment banking, real estate development and golf asset ownership and operations business segments. Mr. DeLozier joined Global Golf Advisors after nine years as the Vice President – Golf of Pulte Homes, the largest developer of golf course communities in the United States.

For Pulte Homes, he developed 27 new golf courses within 10 states. During his tenure at Pulte Homes the company became the largest developer of golf communities and of golf courses in the USA having invested more than $500 million in the development of golf assets. In addition, Mr. DeLozier was responsible for the operation of more than 20 Pulte golf courses, the replacement value of which exceeded $300 million. The Pulte courses produced annual revenues greater than $90 million.

He is recognized by GolfInc magazine as one of the “Most Influential People in Golf” for the ninth consecutive year. He is the immediate Past President of the Board of Directors for the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA). He also serves on the Employers Advisory Council for the Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA).

Mr. DeLozier is recognized within the golf industry for his uncommon understanding of golf and residential properties. He is known as a no-nonsense profit producer, as an innovative marketer, and as an advocate of exceptional customer service. His career history reflects new concept introductions and numerous successful business turnarounds.

A ‘go to’ resource on matters of golf-related resort and residential investment and development, Mr. DeLozier is often called upon for comment on social and economic trends particular to the golf business. He serves as an expert source for Business Week, CNBC-Squawk Box, the Financial Times of London, GOLF magazine, Golf Digest, Golf Business, GolfInc magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post.

Mr. DeLozier is a graduate of Oklahoma State University (B.A. – English) where he was an All-American golfer.

Mr. DeLozier and his wife, Susan, enjoy their two beautiful children, ages 20 and 18. He is a voracious reader of history - with a special interest in the American Civil War.

About Global Golf Advisors
Global Golf Advisors (GGA, formerly KPMG Golf Industry Practice) is an international consulting practice that provides specialized consulting and support services to more than 2,300 golf courses worldwide. GGA has offices in Phoenix and Toronto and offers golf-related expertise in all areas of the business of golf. The firm’s services include transaction structuring and business valuations, market and feasibility studies, strategic planning, due diligence, operational analysis and management monitoring. For more information, please visit www.globalgolfadvisors.com.
Session descriptions

Habits of Top Performers

Why are some club managers considered in a special category of ‘best’? The answer is that these individuals have carefully evaluated the leadership traits that are required of the most effective club managers and blended those traits with constant learning, access to current financial performance trends to build a comprehensive professional toolkit that is distinctive, current and impactful. The objectives for the session are (1) to obtain state-of-the-art industry metrics, (2) to identify leadership applications for key performance data and measures, and (3) to apply leadership techniques to real-life circumstances.

This session will provide you the method to be used in you self-assessment, the chance to discuss current leadership priorities with peers, unique access to current industry trends and benchmarks, management tools – including checklists and templates – to address strategic planning, business plan and revenue plan development.

GATEhouse to the CLUBhouse: Smoothing the Bumps in the Road

Challenges between the Home Owners Association and the Club abound in communities where many members belong to one but not both organizations. This industry expert will help General Managers identify and understand the legal, operational and practical issues on both ends of this bumpy road and provide strategies for helping the two organizations work together for their mutual benefit.