The semi-private club on the northern edge of Columbus, Ga. is part of a master-planned development and features a golf course renovated in 2005 by Craig Shriner and 1987 Masters Champion Larry Mize. The property also includes a full-service clubhouse, tennis, swimming, walking trails and fishing lakes.
Mosaic Clubs & Resorts (formerly Affiniti Golf Partners) has been retained to manage Maple Ridge Golf Club, a semi-private club in the Chattahoochee Valley on the northern edge of Columbus, Ga.
The Maple Ridge golf course was designed by architect Mike Young in 1993 and is the centerpiece of the 700-acre Maple Ridge master-planned development. The 6,586-yard, par 72 course underwent a significant renovation in 2005 by architect Craig Shriner and 1987 Masters Champion, Larry Mize, a long-time Columbus resident.
“The Maple Ridge family has the highest expectations for Mosaic’s ability to enhance the overall club experience for our members and guests,” said Mat Swift, President and COO of W. C. Bradley Co., the Columbus-based developer of the Maple Ridge community. “Maple Ridge has long been recognized as the best place to live in Columbus and with Mosaic’s help it will continue to be the best place to gather, play, share a meal and nurture friendships.”
While Maple Ridge has an active roster of club members, it also welcomes local Columbus golfers. The club is particularly committed to growing the game by offering extensive junior golf programs, and also welcomes military personnel from nearby Fort Benning.
In addition to the golf course, the Maple Ridge community offers a full-service clubhouse, tennis, swimming, walking trails and fishing lakes.
“Mosaic is very gratified to add such an outstanding club to our roster of managed properties around the country,” said Mosaic President Steve Willy. “We certainly will strive to maintain proper stewardship of Maple Ridge as it enters its third decade of welcoming the people of Columbus to the club.”
More information about Maple Ridge Golf Club can be found at www.golfmapleridge.com.
C&RB reported on Maple Ridge’s return to semi-private status in 2011: