“Having acquired to site from Crown Golf last year, we carried out a comprehensive review of the facility and its potential development in the autumn of 2021,” stated Get Golfing Trustee Ian Timberlake. “It emerged to us that the website provided substantial extent to change the club right into among the standout golf, lodging and also friendliness locations in the south-west.
“While acknowledging the capacity, the range of the job indicated that we did not think we were the best-suited proprietor of the website. Although Get Golfing spends considerable amounts right into its websites, the fact was that the comprehensive chances were past its remit as a golf-promoting charity. Portishead-based Masters Golf, nonetheless, is the excellent suitor for the website. It has a verifiable enthusiasm for the video game, having actually dealt with the Golf Foundation, the R&A and PGA Tour, as well similar to First Tee on both supply contracts and also kind tasks.
In the year that Get Golfing had and also run the club, the subscription expanded by 38% as it enhanced the problem of the program. Tony Crook, Men’s Captain at The Bristol, claims that the turn-around in the problem of the program considering that Get Golfing took control of has actually been amazing: “All credit must go to Dave Taylor, the Course Manager, and the Get Golfing team whose expertise and support was really noticeable. I will be sad to see Get Golfing go, but am also really excited about the plans the new owners have.”
This Get Golfing sale complies with 2 current procurements by the charity in the Ansty Golf Centre, near Coventry, and also Arkley Golf Club, near Barnet, and also the magazine of solid trading numbers in 2020. Other websites in its profile consist of Hampton Court Palace Golf Club, The Club at Mill Green, Pyrford Lakes, Redlibbets Golf & Country Club, Sherfield Oaks and also Warley Park.