ClubCorp closes on Chantilly National Golf & Country Club

ClubCorp has completed an end-of-year transaction, picking up Chantilly National Golf & Country Club in Washington, DC’s Virginia suburbs. The seller was Wimsatt Farms, an entity based in Kentucky.

ClubCorp prides itself on “building relationships and enriching lives,” a phrase it saw fit to trademark. The publicly traded firm has promised to upgrade Chantilly National’s Ed Ault-designed course, which opened in 1960 and was remodeled by P.B. Dye in the early 1990s.

Eric Affeldt, ClubCorp’s president CEO, said that the purchase and the forthcoming renovations demonstrate the firm’s “strategic pursuit of growing through value-enhancing acquisitions, reinvention through capital investments and adding reciprocal benefits for our more than 370,000 members.”

Chantilly National, which calls itself “a place you call home,” is the third golf property that ClubCorp has purchased this year. The others: Oak Tree Country Club in Edmond, Oklahoma and Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman, New Jersey.

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