SUTTON, Mass – If some memories last a lifetime then two of the most cherished words in the golf vocabulary for New England fans is Pleasant Valley. There’s only one Pleasant Valley for true golf enthusiasts in New England. It’s located in central Massachusetts, a few miles south of Worcester and known to insiders as

After two deals for LPGA International Golf Course fell through earlier this year, a third buyer has finally made a successful bid. The sale of the Daytona Beach, Fla.-based club was announced Oct. 17 by seller Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co.’s (CTLC’s) consultant of the last seven years, Marcus & Millichap. Read the full article here.

Daytona's LGPA golf courses have a new owner

Daytona Beach’s LPGA International has been sold to Fore Golf Partners, a Virginia based company that has owned and managed more than 100 private clubs, daily fee golf courses and resorts over the past 38 years.  The golf courses were owned by the city before Consolidated Tomoka Land Co. bought them in 2017. [News: Journal

2020 Marina Investment Report

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 by

Our own Steven Ekovich will be a speaker at The Golf Inc. Summit for investors, operations and managers. Organized and curated by Golf Inc. magazine’s editors, the Summit is packed with practical strategies that you can take home and put into practice. Sessions are presented in three tracks – Investor, Public and Private. 9 NETWORKING

There is something magical about living in a golf community.  The lush green backdrop stretching miles on end, meticulously designed landscapes, a fine home, and leisure-filled lifestyle – everything seems just apt to create a heaven on earth. However, besides the perk of prime life, there are other factors as well that make the investment

LEISURE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES GROUP Golf & Resort Investment Report

National Golf Foundation this year says the degradation in golf participation has stopped and after years of leakage, the numbers are up for the first time since 2012. Why? We went from 23.8 to 24.2 million golfers. With the margin of error, it’s hard to tell why, yet. What’s really interesting is now, we are

American Golf sells two more courses

Tuesday, 12 February 2019 by
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Posted on 1/15/2019, by Jack Crittenden , GOLF Inc. American Golf sold its 13th and 14th golf courses in the last year, selling The Crossing Golf Club in Franklin, Tenn. to Golf Franklin Bridge LLC, and The Trophy Club of Apalachee, in Dacula, Ga. to Golf Apalachee LLC. Steven Ekovich, First Vice President, National Managing Director and Director of the

Biggest Sales of 2018

Tuesday, 12 February 2019 by
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Stressed private clubs and public courses made up most of the sales in 2018, along with some large resort deals. By Jack Crittenden, GOLF Inc. (January/February 2019) American Golf made big news last year when it announced it would sell the 27 golf courses it owned. The income would fund a rapid expansion of Drive

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