Concert Golf Chairman Peter Nanula informed members of the 16 clubs that would have been sold to ClubCorp that “the fit just wasn’t right.” Nanula added that his firm would now refocus on “adding more fine clubs to our boutique portfolio.” Clubs owned by Newport Beach, Calif.-based Concert Golf Partners have been informed by Concert’s […]
Members of Philmont Country Club in Huntingdon Valley, Pa, received an e-mail on April 15thfrom Concert Golf Chairman Peter Nanula that said his company had entered into discussions with ClubCorp to acquire 16 of Concert’s clubs, including Philmont, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer report. Nanula and a ClubCorp spokesperson would not comment further when contacted about the message.
The Club Managers Association of America’s CCE designation, meant to augment the Certified Club Manager designation, requires managers to maintain membership status with the association, to have obtained Honor Society status, and to have served as the top executive in a club for a minimum of five years. The Club Managers Association of America has […]
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 proposed golf course in Newport Coast, a community in Newport Beach, Calif., would sit on the former Coyote Canyon Landfill, which was open from 1963 to 1990. The development would include an 18-hole golf course, fast-play short course, practice facility, a double-deck driving range, bar and grill, and a 2,000-sq. ft. clubhouse. The County […]
The Orange County Board of Supervisors has given approval for lease negotiations to begin with potential developers of about 200 acres of the former Coyote Canyon landfill outside of Newport Beach, Calif. The leading plan would build an 18-hole short course, a double-ended, double-decker driving range, 12,000-sq. ft. clubhouse, 16,000 sq. ft. of ballrooms and wedding gardens, and a food court with a patio.