Arnold Palmer Golf Management takes over Mira Vista

 

The members of Mira Vista Golf & Country Club, an old-line property with an aging membership, have turned over their operations to Arnold Palmer Golf Management.

The club, in San Francisco’s East Bay, is the first private golf facility in California managed by Palmer, an affiliate of Century Golf Partners.

“This is an extraordinary club with members who have passionately supported their club for many years,” Doug Howe, a partner with Century Golf Partners, told the Fort Mill Times. “Our goals are simply to ensure the club reaches a full membership roster and the members have fun and enjoy their club.”

Palmer, which already manages three public courses in California, has secured a long-term lease on Mira Vista, which was founded in 1920.

“We were impressed with their exceptional track record of providing a fine private club experience, working with members to increase membership levels and their reverence for the history of our club,” said the club’s president, Paul Brown.

Mira Vista features a classically styled 18-hole golf course that was designed by Robert Hunter. The layout was restored to its original design by Forrest Richardson, Mark Fine and Kye Goalby in 2011.

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