Thank you for visiting the Club Management Association of Canada's (CMAC) website, I am delighted to share more about our association with you.

CMAC is a unique association comprised of a diverse collection of club managers and professionals employed in clubs across the country. This network of managers includes over 550 CEOs, COOs, General Managers, Assistant GMs, Clubhouse Managers, Controllers, Golf Professionals, Superintendents, Food & Beverage Managers, Executive Chefs, Catering Managers, and Marketing Directors, to name a few. We also welcome students and faculty from post-secondary institutions. Club facilities include activities such as golf, curling, yacht, social, dining, racket sports, multi-use clubs etc., many of which also host overnight guests, and are located from coast-to-coast in Canada and elsewhere.

At the heart of what CMAC does is education and networking. CMAC provides progressive and industry-leading educational programs (including virtual options) that prepare our members to achieve the Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation, the hallmark of professionalism in club management. You will gain industry knowledge; experience many wonderful clubs across Canada; discuss ideas with club professionals; allowing you to bring valuable information back to your own club to enhance your members’ own experiences. In a nutshell, as our vision suggests, CMAC’s aim is to create great leaders through excellence in professional club management.

In December 2020, CMAC launched its 2021-2023 Strategic Framework identifying some key action points for CMAC in the coming years. I am pleased to report that in 2021 we made some great headway on these items including establishing a Diversity & Inclusion Task Force; developing a renewed membership model; and the creation of the CMAC Best Practices Library with our industry partner Club Core Inc. 

CMAC is an active member of the National Allied Golf Associations (NAGA), partnering with five other national associations in the amateur and professional golf industry in Canada. Maintaining industry relationships and advocating for our members with various levels of government are two of the many benefits we provide to our members.

To learn more about CMAC just ask any member or contact our National Office at or 416-979-0640.

As President, I invite you to contact me personally if I can help you with your CMAC journey.

Best wishes,

David Main, MBA
General Manager
Toronto Lawn Tennis Club