Golden Valley CC to Stay Member-Owned

By | January 12, 2018

The 104-year-old club in suburban Minneapolis voted against selling to Concert Golf Partners and will remain self-managed. “Contrary to published reports, Golden Valley Country Club is not bankrupt, nor are we approaching bankruptcy,” said President Drew Fernholz. The club is engaging restoration expert Keith Foster to complete a master-planning project for its A. W. Tillinghast-designed golf course and is also launching a new “Friends and Family” membership initiative.


The Greenbrier Showcases Restoration, Resiliency

By | June 29, 2017

A year after devastating flooding ravaged White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., prompting the resort to close its doors for business but open them for shelter, the property’s three golf courses have been fully restored. The Greenbrier Classic, which was canceled last year, will return to The Old White TPC on July 6. A feature in […]


Moraine CC to Reopen Golf Course on June 11

By | May 25, 2016

The Dayton, Ohio property will unveil a $5 million renovation to its golf course, which removed more than 2,000 trees to restore the original 1930 design. The golf course added nearly eight miles of drainage to tees, greens and wet areas of the fairways.


Golf Course Renovations in Ohio, Michigan, Connecticut Set for 2016 Openings

By | December 18, 2015

Moraine Country Club in Kettering, Ohio has been closed since early July for a renovation, and members should be able to play by June. Stoatin Brae, the sixth course at Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort in Augusta, Mich., is set to be complete by mid-2016, while Keney Park Golf Course’s $5.7 million renovation will be revealed in Hartford, Conn., by May.


Sunridge Canyon GC Enters Alliance with Troon

By | August 4, 2015

When it reopens in October after completing a half-million-dollar course enhancement project, the Fountain Hills, Ariz. club will participate in the management firm’s programs for rewards, vacations and group/tournament opportunities.