Galaxy Links, LLC purchased the Sutton, Mass. club from siblings John Magill and Elizabeth Shropshire. Once a stop on the PGA and LPGA tours, Pleasant Valley Country Club was put up for sale in 2019, but taken off the market in 2020 and opened for public play.
Galaxy Links, LLC, registered to Galaxy Development principal Michael O’Brien, has purchased Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton, Mass., the Worcester Business Journal reported.
The terms of the sale of the golf course business were not disclosed. However, the Galaxy Links on Dec. 28 finalized the purchase of three properties in Sutton, which includes the location of Pleasant Valley Country Club and surrounding land, the Business Journal reported. That land deal totaled $3.5 million, according to the Worcester District Registry of Deeds.
“The club has a very competent team of professional employees and we want to keep that in place,” O’Brien told the Business Journal via e-mail on Dec. 29.
Pleasant Valley Country Club was opened in 1961 and was once a stop on the PGA and LPGA tours, the Business Journal reported. It was put up for sale in 2019, but taken off the market in 2020 by then owners, siblings John Magill and Elizabeth Shropshire, who were the sellers in the Dec. 28 land deal with Galaxy.
Magill and Shropshire, through a corporation registered to them called 95 Armsby Road LLC, purchased 95 Armsby Road for $5 million in 2010 from Bank of New England in a foreclosure deal, the Business Journal reported. Magill Associates Inc. purchased 56 and 100 Armsby Road in 2013 for $525,000, according to the Town of Sutton Online Assessment Database.
The Town of Sutton assesses 95 Armsby Road at $5.8 million, 100 Armsby Road for $396,600, and 56 Armsby Road for $242,500, the Business Journal reported.