Navesink was a club searching for a vision for its future. How could it grow responsibly? What did it need to do to develop into the family-oriented club its members wanted? Should it restore its existing clubhouse or build an entirely new facility?

…the Master Plan garnered the approval of 87% of the club’s members.



Chambers proposed a Master Plan that offered not just one, but several, possible approaches to the challenges facing Navesink. The process began with bringing members into the planning discussion, ensuring that the board and membership agreed on the vision. Chambers’ financial modeling showed clearly that building restoration was the best approach. And thanks to the early involvement of the membership, the Master Plan garnered the approval of 87 percent of the club’s members.


Chambers helped Navesink find the most competitive pricing in a difficult market as the project began, and kept the project on schedule and within budget. Chambers’ strength in navigating the diverse challenges of private clubs proved the perfect fit for Navesink Country Club and its needs.