The purchase of the Milton, Ga., property closed March 14 for an undisclosed sum. Sequoia plans to market The Manor and two other recently purchased Atlanta-area properties, White Columns Country Club and Atlanta National Golf Club, as the “Sequoia Club,” offering members access to all three properties.
Newnan, Ga.-based Sequoia Golf Group LLC has acquired The Manor Golf and Country Club in Milton, Ga., in a deal that closed March 14, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reported.
The price of the transaction was not disclosed. It marks Sequoia Golf’s fourth acquisition in the north Atlanta suburbs in recent months, after picking up Atlanta National Golf Club and White Columns Country Club, also in the city of Milton, and Polo Golf and Country Club in Cumming, the Chronicle reported.
“I think these acquisitions really signify our confidence in the Atlanta market,” said Sequoia President and CEO Joseph Guerra. “Our enthusiasm for expansion and growth coincides with the recovery.”
Opened in 2006, The Manor features the only Tom Watson-designed golf course in Georgia. It also has a 20-court tennis complex and a 32,000-sq. ft. clubhouse, the Chronicle reported.
Sequoia plans to market The Manor, White Columns and Atlanta National (which are clustered close together) as the “Sequoia Club,” which offers members entry to all three clubs. “This is highly relevant to golfers and people who desire a private country club atmosphere,” Guerra said. “This story is so powerful.”
Sequoia is in the process of updating the trio of clubs, and expects to spend $3.5 million over the next 18 months, according to an announcement. Guerra hinted another acquisition could be in the works in the area this year, the Chronicle reported.