Member-owned clubs often wonder what happens in a recapitalized club. Working together with our members,
Concert Golf Partners clubs consistently thrive. Membership rosters increase, new amenities are added,
new capital improvement investments are made, and the level of service and course conditions improve.
Learn more about these clubs and their members' journeys to finding long-term security for their club.
MacGregor Downs Country Club / Cary, NC
Low-Debt Club with Growing Membership Chooses to Bring in a Capital Partner
For five consecutive years, MacGregor Downs Country Club in Cary, North Carolina, enjoyed net membership growth. The average member age was declining, and nearly 700 kids of the club's members were enjoying the club's offerings. It had almost zero debt and was located in one of America's fastest-growing cities. It hosted a PGA Tour event and numerous USGA qualifiers. So why would members overwhelmingly choose to bring in a capital partner to enhance their beloved club and top-notch golf course?
White Manor Country Club / Malvern, PA
Paying off debt, Funding capital projects, Barring assessments forever and Lowering dues
White Manor Country Club is part of a rich history that's unlike any other golf and country club in the United States. Nearly three centuries ago, in 1711, nearly 170 acres of magnificent, rolling panorama were part of a 500-acre tract of land granted by William Penn to the Evans family. In 1962, that beautiful hunt country land became White Manor Country Club. Today, WMCC boasts one of the country's most beautiful and challenging golf courses, so it is hard to imagine that this highly admired, upscale club faced operational and financial challenges that put the club's future at risk.
Blue Hill Country Club / Canton, Mass.
Paying off debt, Funding capital projects and Lowering member dues
For nearly a century, one of New England's most cherished private golf clubs has offered a lifestyle experience unsurpassed in the Boston area. So it is hard to imagine that Blue Hill Country Club, an upscale club in the affluent area of Canton, Massachusetts, was once recently in jeopardy.