The Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed property in Harlingen, Texas is officially on the market. The daily fee golf course is situated on 189 acres, and another 70 acres of adjacent land suitable for residential development is available for sale. The property will continue to operate throughout the sales process without interruption.
Treasure Hills Golf Club, a Robert Trent Jones, Sr.-designed property in Harlingen, Texas, is now officially on the market.
The Valley Baptist Medical Foundation acquired Treasure Hills in 2003.
“In spite of the fact that our foundation is the owner of this prestigious golf course, we are compelled to sell it since it does not blend with our business model, which is providing funding to health care-related organizations,” Alan Johnson, Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation President, said. “Too, we lack the expertise to operate and maintain such a fine facility.”
Treasure Hills is a daily-fee golf course that opened in 1991. Situated on 189 acres, another 70 acres of reserved land adjacent to the golf course is suitable for residential development, which can be included in a sale.
“This is a unique opportunity to acquire a well designed golf course for substantially less than replacement cost. We expect to complete the sale of the golf course and the reserve land in short order,” Jeff Davis, President of Fairway Advisors, said. “Treasure Hills is one of the Rio Grande Valley’s best layouts.”
The golf course will continue to operate throughout the sales process without interruption.
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