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Heritage Golf Group bolsters portfolio with three more acquisitions in Florida, Ohio and Virginia

Heritage Golf Group bolsters portfolio with three more acquisitions in Florida, Ohio and Virginia

Heritage Golf Group continues to live up to its reputation as one of the country’s fastest-growing owners and operators of golf and country clubs by acquiring three more clubs: Spring Creek Golf Club in Herndon, Virginia; Oasis Golf Club in Loveland, Ohio, its first in the state; and Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club in Sarasota, Florida. Heritage’s portfolio now sits at 37 courses in 14 states.

Spring Creek Golf Club

Spring Creek, Heritage’s third club in Virginia, is a par-72, 18-hole championship golf course designed by Ed Carton that measures 7,348 yards from the back tees. Carton meant for it to be accessible for all golfers yet challenging for tournament professionals, featuring bent grass fairways and picturesque greens that follow the natural contour of the land to make it a unique golfing experience. Other features of the club include a full-service Bermuda grass practice range — with a putting green, short-game area and practice bunker —a full-service golf shop, a 15,000-square-foot clubhouse with large multi-level outdoor areas with views of the 18th hole, a restaurant open to the public and a private event space complemented by an outdoor gathering area.

“Spring Creek is a nationally recognized golf course in a growing, vibrant area with outstanding access to Charlottesville,” said Andy Miller, the chief revenue officer for Heritage. “We’re excited to enhance the member and guest experience as we expand our footprint in central Virginia.”

Hole #18 at Oasis Golf Club

Oasis Golf Club is a links-style, par-72, 18-hole championship course that was designed by Arnold Palmer in 1998, spanning 6,921 yards from the back tees. Features of the course include extensive heather, 53 bunkers and six lakes, including a 17-acre lake bearing the name “Arnie’s Revenge” that surrounds the final three holes. Other features include practice facilities with a driving range, short game area, and a large putting green.

The 17,000-square-foot clubhouse features multiple dining options with both casual and formal dining areas, in addition to a veranda overlooking the golf course. The club also houses a 38,000-square-foot conference center with three ballrooms that can accommodate more than 1,000 guests for private events. Other amenities include a Junior Olympic heated swimming pool with a separate children’s pool and full-service snack bar, an available bridal suite for weddings and men’s and women’s locker rooms.

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